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John C Maxwell
|Description:||ix, 289 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||You can have a leadership game plan for your life : You can learn practical leadership tools ; Overview of the 5 levels of leadership ; Insights into the 5 levels of leadership --
Leadership assessment: how to gauge your current level of leadership --
Level 1. Position : It's a great place to visit, but you wouldn't want to live there : The upside of position: you have been invited to the leadership table ; The downside of position: true leadership isn't about position ; Best behaviours on level 1: how to make the most of your position ; The laws of leadership at the position level: lid, process, and navigation ; Beliefs that help a leader move up to level 2 ; Guide to growing through level 1 --
Level 2. Permission : You can't lead people until you like people : The upside of permission: the workplace has become more pleasant for everyone ; The downside of permission: the pressure is on you to build positive relationships ; Best behaviors on Level 2: how to gain people's permission ; The laws of leadership at the permission level: influence, addition, solid ground, magnetism, connection, and buy-in ; Beliefs that help a leader move up to level 3 ; Guide to growing through level 2 --
Level 3. Production : Making things happen separates real leaders from wannabes : The upside of production: you now have leadership credibility ; The downside of production: the weight of leadership just got heavier ; Best behaviors on level 3: how to make the most of production in leadership ; The laws of leadership at the production level: respect, magnetism, picture, victory, Big Mo, priorities, sacrifice, and buy-in ; Beliefs that help a leader move up to level 4 ; Guide to growing through level 3 --
Level 4. People development : Helping individual leaders grow extends your influence and impact : The upside of prople development: the potential of the organization just got greater ; The downside of people development: leading on level 4 requires high levels of maturity and skill ; Best behaviors on level 4: how to develop people ; The laws of leadership at the people development level: process, addition, inner circle, empowerment, explosive growth, and buy-in ; Beliefs that help a leader move up to level 5 ; Guide to growing through level 4 --
Level 5. The pinnacle : The highest leadership accomplishment is developing other leaders to level 4 : The upside of the pinnacle: your influence has expanded beyond your reach and your time ; The downside of the pinnacle: you may start to believe it's all about you ; Best behaviors on level 5: how to use the pinnacle as a platform to do something greater than yourself ; The laws of leadership at the pinnacle level: respect, intuition, timing, legacy, and explosive growth ; Help others move up to levels 4 and 5: create crucible moments for the leaders you develop ; Guide to being your best at level 5 --
Portrait of a Level 5 leader : Coach John Wooden.
|Other Titles:||5 levels of leadership|
|Responsibility:||John C. Maxwell.|