Who is Tony Dungy?. NFL Head Coach and Super Bowl XLI Champion, NFL Sports Analyst, Author , & Guru on Leadership Management Skills. “ A leader follows through on his responsibilities and knows how to handle his business without needing to attract attention and glory for himself.”.
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NFL Head Coach and Super Bowl XLI Champion, NFL Sports Analyst, Author , & Guru on Leadership Management Skills
“A leader follows through on his responsibilities and knows how to handle his business without needing to attract attention and glory for himself.”
Leadership consists of principles and skills that are accessible to anyone and everyone.
Mentor leadership can be taught…But in order to be absorbed, it must be practiced. You can’t stay in the Ivory Tower reading and discussing theories. Eventually you have to wade into the fray.
Successful mentors leaders make the people they lead better players, workers, students, or family members-and ultimately better people.
Dungy has been involved in a variety of charitable organizations, most notably, he helped launch the fatherhood program, All Pro Dad, that arranged for his visit to Memphis. Now in its twelfth year, All Pro Dad reaches men around the globe with a wide variety of hands on resources and programs designed to strengthen families.
“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.”
― John C. Maxwell
Maxwell’s Levels of Leadership
Position: rights - people follow because of the leader’s position
Permission: relationships - people follow because they want to
Production: results – people follow because of what the leader has accomplished for the company
People Development: reproduction – people follow because of what the leaders has done for them
Pinnacle: respect – people follow because of who the leader is and what the leaders represents.
Written over 60 Books with over 19 million copies sold.
A New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Business Week best-selling author.
EQUIP & The John C. Maxwell Company
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Trained more than 5 million leaders in 126 countries.