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Dr. John C. Maxwell. Overview. 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. “The true measure of leadership is ________ - nothing more - nothing less.” - Dr. John C. Maxwell.

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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 summary1
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



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



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



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



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




Questions Books


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