By John C. Maxwell
John Maxwell deals key ideas, tales, and reflections on getting ready a leader's brain and center to guide either themselves and others.
Leadership is anything you examine and earn the correct to do. popular enterprise author, motivational speaker, and NY Times bestselling writer, John C. Maxwell, stocks perception on what it takes to be a leader. The correct to Lead is a personality research of remarkable women and men all through background, targeting the characteristics which are constant within the lives of those nice leaders. ideal for present giving for a commencement, Father's Day, or year-round for enterprise or church leaders.
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If you aren’t passionate about something out there in the future—if it doesn’t ﬁre you up and get you out of bed in the morning—you can bet your team is not going to be passionate, either. 36 THE SECRET “A number of years ago, when everyone was going to self-service gasoline stations, a friend of mine decided he would go into the full-service business. He loved to go where there was no competition. He decided that people didn’t go to gas stations because they wanted to but because they had to. As a result, they wanted to be in and out of there as quickly as possible.
Yes, your question about the secret of great leaders. As I told you at the conclusion of our last meeting, I think it’s a very good question. ” “So I can be a great leader,” Debbie replied without hesitation. ’ from your application. ’ The Secret 25 “In reality, Debbie, true leadership has nothing to do with one’s level in the organization. ” one’s level The latter case was painful to Debbie because she knew Jeff easin the orily could be talking about her. She ganization. was in a position of leadership, but based on her team’s performance, she evidently was not providing much leadership.
Yes. ” Jeff made a mental note of her comment and said, “I look forward to hearing about your thought process on that at a future meeting. ” Debbie said with enthusiasm. ” “Thanks,” Jeff said. ” “Two big things come to mind,” Debbie replied. “First, I’ve tried to delegate more so that I can have time to think about the future. You really opened my eyes to my responsibility to do that. ” 48 THE SECRET “Yes,” Jeff replied, adding, “It’s been said that seeing the future is one leadership responsibility that cannot be delegated.
The Right to Lead: Learning Leadership Through Character and Courage by John C. Maxwell