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Overview 4201478

Dr. John C. Maxwell

Overview


John c maxwell

John C. Maxwell

  • Author

    • Over 30 books

    • Over 15 million sold

  • Speaker

    • 250,000 a year

  • Former Minister

  • Five Honorary Doctorates


Premise of the book

Premise of the book

“The true measure of leadership is ________ - nothing more - nothing less.”

- Dr. John C. Maxwell

influence


Leadership is

Leadership is….

People

  • ________ more than projects.

  • __________ more than maintenance.

  • ____ more than science.

  • ________ more than formula.

  • ______ more than procedure.

  • _____ more than caution.

  • _______ more than reaction.

  • ______________ more than rules.

  • Who you ____ more than what you do.

Movement

Art

Intuition

Vision

Risk

Action

Relationships

are


Book summary

Book Summary


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Book Summary

  • Segments of Book

  • 7 Myths of Leadership

  • Challenges

  • Leading Up

  • Leading Across

  • Leading Down


The 7 myths often believed by those in the middle

The 7 Myths Often Believed by Those in the Middle

  • The Position Myth: “I can’t lead if I am not at the ____.”

  • The Destination Myth: “When I get to the top, then I’ll ______ to lead.”

  • The Influence Myth: “If I were on top, then people would _______ me.”

  • The Inexperience Myth: “When I get to the top, I’ll be in _______.”

  • The Freedom Myth: “When I get to the top, I’ll no longer be ________.”

  • The Potential Myth: “I can’t reach my ________ if I’m not the top leader.”

  • The All-or-Nothing Myth: “If I _____ get to the top, then I won’t try to lead.”

top

learn

follow

control

limited

potential

can’t


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Five levels of leadership

Reproduction

Results

Relationships

Rights

Five Levels of Leadership

Personhood

Respect

People Development

Production

Permission

Position


Great quote

Great Quote

“Leadership is a _______ you make, not a _____ you sit.”

- Dr. John C. Maxwell

choice

place


The challenges 360 leaders face

The Challenges 360 Leaders Face

  • The Tension Challenge: The ________ of being “caught in the middle.”

  • The Frustration Challenge: Following an __________ leader.

  • The Multi-Hat Challenge: One head….many _____.

  • The Ego Challenge: You’re often ________ in the middle.

  • The Fulfillment Challenge: Leaders like the _____ more than the middle.

  • The Vision Challenge: Championing the vision is more difficult when you didn’t _______ it.

  • The Influence Challenge: Leading others ________ your position is not easy.

pressure

ineffective

hats

hidden

front

create

beyond


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The principles needed to lead up

The Principles needed to Lead Up

  • Lead __________ exceptionally well.

  • _________ your leader’s load.

  • Be willing to do what others ______.

  • Do more than manage-______!

  • Invest in __________ chemistry.

  • Be prepared every time you take your leader’s ______.

  • Know when to _____ and when to back off.

  • Become a _______ player.

  • Be better ___________ than you are today.

yourself

Lighten

won’t

lead

relational

time

push

go-to

tomorrow


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The principles needed to lead across

The Principles needed to Lead Across

  • Understand, practice, and ________ the leadership loop.

  • Put completing fellow leaders ahead of __________ with them.

  • Be a ________.

  • Avoid ________ politics.

  • Expand your __________ of acquaintances.

  • Let the best idea ____.

  • Don’t pretend you’re ___________.

complete

competing

friend

office

circle

win

perfect


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The principles needed to lead down

The Principles needed to Lead Down

  • Walk _________ through the halls.

  • See ___________ as a “10”.

  • __________ each team-member as a person.

  • Place people in their __________ zones.

  • Model the behavior you __________.

  • Transfer the ________.

  • Reward for _________.

slowly

everyone

Develop

strength

desire

vision

results


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Suggested reading john c maxwell other books

Suggested Reading: John C. Maxwell Other Books


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