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Leadershihp Gold by John C. Maxwell
Transcript of Leadershihp Gold by John C. Maxwell
Chris, James, Jeff, and Scott
Leadership Gold by John C. Maxwell
Leadership Gold is a concise book that outlines key leadership principals summarized by John Maxwell's experience through a lifetime of leadership.
Leader Gold are little nuggets of truth that are expanded on in the chapters of the book.
Key Themes in Leadership Gold
Relation Leadership and how it relates to "Relationships, Results, and Responsibilities".
Leadership Culture and how it connects to "Building a Culture of Success"
The Pareto Principal and how it connects to the practical sense of leadership.
The Leadership Zone and how that bridges to developing people and their strengths.
The Pareto Principal
"People quit people and not companies" (Maxwell, 2014, pg. 143).
"Be a connector, not just a climber" (Maxwell, 2014, pg. 174).
2) Shared Success
"Leadership is relational as much as it is positional. An Individual who takes a relational approach to leadership will never be lonely" (Maxwell, 2014, pg. 6).
1) Taking Lead
1) Company Success
2) Goals Achieved
The Leadership Zone
"Don't send your ducks to eagle school" (Maxwell, 2008, pg. 85).
"Good people are found, not changed. They can change themselves, but you can't change them. If you want good people, you have to find them. If you want motivated people, you have to find them, not motivate them" (Maxwell, 2008, pg. 86).
"Leadership Gold" and "Contemporary Leadership in Sport Organization" have offered many theories and practical application of leadership, but it is now our job to act on ideas given. We can begin this by:
"The choices you make, make you".
Find different mentors to help facilitate growth in your leadership journey.
Begin to ask more questions about your own leadership, and what you would like to see.
Take opportunities to take lead, and learn step out and step up.
80 percent of sales are generated by 20 percent of the sales peoples.
80 percent of all decisions can be made on 20 percent of the information.
80 percent of beer is consume by 20 percent of drinkers.
80 percent of classroom participation comes from 20 percent of students.
Strong Organizational Culture
Employee Building Blocks
Build on Strengths
Don't Build on Weaknesses
In conclusion, Maxwell's Leadership Gold offers insight and practical application to leadership which connects to many themes addressed in class.
Most importantly, Maxwell's focus is on developing people, their strengths, skills and abilities and how that has an intrinsic connection to growth in an organization.