EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
Fulfill your purpose as a leader and build your life around personal development.
Developing the Leaders Around You – How to Help Others Reach Their Full Potential
Developing leaders is essential to make a great and lasting impact. The leader sees the big picture, but he or she needs other leaders to help make their mental picture a reality.
Leadership of the Wall
Based on the book by Paul Thornton, his idea is, if you go into a leader’s office and you just look at what’s on the wall – you can receive leadership lessons from a leader’s office because they will have pictures, thoughts, ideas that will catch your imagination. You’ll say “this is what is important to them, this is how they think, this is a value they have in their life.”
How do you transition personnel in an organization successfully? Your ability to take whatever you are doing right now and hand it off successfully to someone else – where they can have success that you have had – is a skill that needs to be learned and is an incredible accomplishment if you can pull it off. But, I want you to know that the best of leaders, the best of leaders have an empowering spirit about them and when you are around them you just feel that you are able to do little more than perhaps you have done and you could be a little bit more than you have been.
Everyone wants to have a good day, but not many people know what a good day looks like — much less how to create one. And even fewer people understand how the way you live today impacts your tomorrow. The root of the problem is that most people misunderstand success.
The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth
John C. Maxwell says in order to reach your potential, you must be intentional about personal growth. This training curriculum will help you understand how personal growth really works, and how you can develop yourself to become a more effective and fulfilled individual. You will learn how to build up your sense of purpose and become more successful in every area of your life.
How To Be A REAL Success
Success is not a destination. It is a process – a lifelong strategy of building on strengths, minimizing weaknesses, and focusing on the people and points of life that are most important. Whether you are a civil servant or a corporate executive, you will achieve great things by understanding four very important success building areas: Relationships, Equipping, Attitude, and Leadership.
Put Your Dreams to the Test
What Do You Need to Make Your Dreams Come True?
Your dream has power. It can inspire you. It can empower you. But will it reward you? In this course to reaching your dreams, learn how to do the things needed to make your dream come true. Most people fail to realize their potential because their dream remains hypothetical. Put Your Dream to the Test takes your dream from ethereal to achievable.
I want to prepare you to put your dream to the test so that you can actually achieve it. How? I believe that if you know the right questions to ask yourself, and if you can answer these questions in an affirmative way, you will have an excellent chance of being able to achieve your dreams. The more questions you can answer positively, the greater the likelihood of success.
Becoming A Person of Influence
Whatever your vocation, you can increase your impact on others by learning the principles of influence. Creating positive influence will not only be a catalyst to your own success, it will become the legacy you will leave behind. Learn the principles of influence:
Integrity with people
Faith in people
Listening to people
Navigating for people
Connecting with people
Everyone Communicates Few Connect
World-renowned leadership expert John C. Maxwell says if you want to succeed, you must learn how to connect with people. And while it may seem like some folks are just born with it, the fact is anyone can learn how to make every communication an opportunity for a powerful connection. In Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, Maxwell shares the Five Principles and Five Practices to develop the crucial skill of connecting, including:
Finding Common Ground
Keeping Your Communication Simple
Capturing People’s Interest
Staying Authentic in all Your Relationships
The ability to connect with others is a major determining factor in reaching your full potential. It’s no secret! Connecting is a skill you can learn and apply in your personal, professional, and family relationships.
We venerate great leaders, and we have the tendency to assume their accomplishments came about regardless of the assistance they received from others. The truth, however, is that no leader would be great without the support and help of teammates. As a leader, you will never get ahead until your people are behind you.
Leadership Gold is John Maxwell’s most personal work. It delivers his most valuable lessons and nuggets of wisdom from forty years of leading in an engaging and powerful way. This process will amplify the learning experience from John’s teachings of the 26 Lessons and enhance their meaning to you and your unique set of circumstances. It will deepen the impact and ensure the lessons become an effective part of your leadership capability.
Leadership Gold wastes no time wading through peripheral issues. Instead, the book cuts to the heart of what it takes to attain influence and to lead with excellence.
Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn
Every one of us has experienced a disappointing loss in our own personal growth or leadership. How we have responded to those mistakes, errors, slips in judgment or just plain missing the goal has formed us even now. No bad experience has to ultimately defeat us. This book helps light the path to a more fulfilling life by examining loss, not from measuring what one does not have, but how loss can bring abundance. Every negative event or loss that occurs can become a great learning opportunity to take us all the newer and greater heights in our own lives.
Deep down, what does every person want most? To live a life that matters. We all want to feel like the time we spent on earth made a difference. How do we achieve that?
John Maxwell believes the answer is intentional living. John says, “When you intentionally use your influence every day to bring about positive change in the lives of others, you achieve significance. ”There is a big difference between a life of good intentions and an intentional life. Almost everyone has good intentions. An intentional life, however, has thought and purpose to it. And the best thing about intentional living? It’s within everyone’s reach.