John Maxwell – 2018 – Developing The Leader Within You 2.0


John Maxwell published the “Developing The Leader Within You 2.0” book on January 16, 2018, and the “Developing The Leader Within You 2.0” audiobook on February 06, 2018.


2018-01-16
Developing The Leader Within You 2.0
Edition: 3
Author: John Maxwell
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780718073992
Type: Book
Format: Hardcover
Price: US $27

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2018-02-06
Developing The Leader Within You 2.0
Author: John Maxwell
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
ISBN: 9781543638059
Type: CD
Format: MP3
Price: US $30

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EXCERPTS

Leadership is influence. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 3)

Leadership is the ability to obtain followers. (James Georges, p. 3)

Influence is the beginning of true leadership. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 4)

Anyone, for good or ill, who gets others to follow, is a leader. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 4)

Everyone influences someone. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 4)

Every day, you influence others, and you are influenced by others. That means no one is excluded from being both a leader and a follower. (John Maxwell, 2018, pp. 4-5)

If you are observant, you can discover the prominent leader of any group. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 5)

If you put effort into developing yourself as a leader, you have the potential to influence more people and to do so in more significant ways. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 5)

We do not not always know who or how much we influence. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 5)

One of the most effective ways to understand the power of influence is to think about the times you have been touched in your life by a person or an event. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 5)

Each generation remembers events that mark them. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 6)

The best investment in tomorrow is to develop your influence today. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 6)

If you have the desire to accomplish something, you will be in a better place to do it if others are willing to help. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 6)

When you get positive recognition, your influence grows. (Robert Dilenschneider, p. 7)

Power comes from remembering and using the linkage of communication, recognition, and influence. (Robert Dilenschneider, p. 7)

The most basic entry level of leadership is the Position level. Position represents leadership before a leader has developed in any real influence with the people being led. People will follow a positional leader only as far as they have to. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 9)

Positional leaders have certain rights. They have the right to enforce the rules. They have the right to tell people to do their jobs. They have the right to use whatever power they have been granted. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 9)

Real leadership is more than having granted authority. Real leadership is being a person others will gladly and confidently follow. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 9)

Real leaders know the difference between position and influence. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 9)

Position is a good place to start in leadership, but it is a terrible place to stay. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 9)

Positional leaders look for security based on title more than talent. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 10)

Positional leaders rely on their leader’s influence instead of their own. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 10)

Positional leaders cannot get people to follow them beyond their defined authority. (John Maxwell, 2018, p. 10)

Copyright © John Maxwell.

Maxwell, John C. The Power Of Your Leadership. HarperCollins, 2018.


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