The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader: Becoming the Person Others Will Want to Follow
In the tradition of his CBA bestseller The 21 Irrefutable laws of Leadership and his sell-out seminars, author John C. Maxwell now provides a concise, accessible leadership book that helps readers become more effective leaders from the inside out. Daily readings highlight twenty-one essential leadership qualities and include "Reflecting On It" and "Bringing It Home" sections which help readers integrate and apply each day's material.
Developing The Leader Within You
In this repackaged bestseller John Maxwell examines the differences between leadership styles, outlines principles for inspiring, motivating, and influencing others. These principles can be used in any organization to foster integrity and self-discipline and bring a positive change.
Developing the Leader Within You also allows readers to examine how to be effective in the highest calling of leadership by understanding the five characteristics that set “leader managers” apart from “run-of-the-mill managers.”
In this John Maxwell classic, he shows readers how to develop the vision, value, influence, and motivation required of successful leaders.
Becoming A Person Of Influence
Whatever your vocation or aspiration, you can increase your impact on others by becoming a person of influence. Learn simple, insightful ways to interact more positively with others, and watch your personal and organizational success go off the charts.
Failing Forward: How to Make the Most of Your Mistakes
The major difference between achieving people and average people is their perception of and response to failure. John C. Maxwell takes a closer look at failure—and reveals that the secret of moving beyond failure is to use it as a lesson and a stepping-stone. He covers the top reasons people fail and shows how to master fear instead of being mastered by it. Readers will discover that positive benefits can accompany negative experiences—if you have the right attitude. Chock full of action suggestions and real-life stores, Failing Forward is a strategic guide that will help men and women move beyond mistakes to fulfill their potential and achieve success.
Thinking for a Change: 11 Ways Highly Successful People Approach Life and Work
New York Times bestselling author and expert on leadership John C. Maxwell explores the concept that success is really just a frame of mind. Good thinking. It's the one thing all successful people have in common. People who achieve their dreams understand the critical relationship between their level of thinking and their level of progress--and they know that when thinking is limited, so is potential. Now, John C. Maxwell explores this idea and identifies the specific skills people need to make their potential for success explode into results. From focused and creative thinking to thinking of the big picture or the bottom line, he provides examples of effective thinking for every situation. This book doesn't tell readers what to think, it teaches them how to think. After all, success is as simple as changing your mind.
Attitude 101 : What Every Leader Needs to Know
John Maxwell firmly points to attitude as the key in making or breaking a leader. Leadership has less to do with position than it does with disposition, because it will influence the way the followers think and feel. Great leaders understand that the right attitude will set the right atmosphere, which enables the right responses from others. Maxwell addresses what shapes a person’s attitude and whether or not attitude can be changed. He addresses the common feeling of failure and shows how to overcome obstacles. Understanding success as a journey rather than a destination, he explains, is the key to good leadership. He concludes Attitude 101 with practical ways readers can take their attitude to the next level
There's No Such Thing As "Business" Ethics: There's Only One Rule For Making Decisions
Bestselling author and expert on leadership John C. Maxwell shares
the only rule that matters--in business and in life.How does a person
judge what is ethical? Sometimes it's clear. In the past year or
two, ethical lapses in corporate America have been well documented.
But is it always easy to see where the line is in life? What's the
standard? And can it work in all situations? John C. Max- well thinks
it can. In THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS BUSINESS ETHICS, Maxwell
shows how people can live with integrity by using the Golden Rule
as their standard--regardless of religion, culture, or circumstances.
Along the way, he delves into the desires of the human heart, reveals
the five most common pitfalls that throw people off the ethical
track, and teaches how to develop the Midas touch when it comes
to personal integrity
"There are really only three kinds of people. Those who don't succeed, those whoc achieve success temporarily, and those who become and remain successful. Having character is the only way to sustain success. No matter how talented or rich or attractive people are, they will not be able to outrun their character.
"People of poor character tend to blame their choices on circumstances. Ethical people make good choices regardless of circumstances. If they make enough good choices, they begin to create better conditions for themselves."
"To be accounted trustworthy, a person must be predictable. When you manage your life and all the little decisions by one guideline--the Golden Rule--you create an ethical predictability in your life. People will have confidence in you, knowing that you consistently do the right thing.
"A big man is one who makes us feel bigger when we are with him."
"Leadership is influence."
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