The Developing the Leader Within You 2.0 Workbook is thoroughly revised to update the foundational principles for transformative leadership that Maxwell has used as a leader for more than forty years. This guide serves as a perfect companion to the book and will help individuals and groups dive deeper into the principles John Maxwell outlines for inspiring, motivating, and influencing others. This workbook will especially help readers explore the value of:Achieving success using the Five Levels of LeadershipBuilding trust through personal integrityPrioritizing (it's not how hard you work, but how smart you work)Creating positive change and understanding the evolutionary process involvedDeveloping people, a leader's most appreciable assetsIdentifying and solving problems and preventing their recurrenceDefining and articulating a vision (or contagious dream) for your organizationBecome character-driven instead of emotion-drivenBuilding on the leadership skills you already possess
No matter what arena you are called to serve—family, church, business, nonprofit—the principles John Maxwell shares on effective leadership will positively impact your life and the lives of those around you. New readers as well as longtime fans of Maxwell and the original book won't want to miss out on this one.
John Maxwell has spent decades researching and equipping others for leadership, and his primary source of leadership principles has always been the Word of God. In this workbook, he draws on the stories of the men and women in Scripture to show how they modeled what he calls "the 21 indispensable qualities of a leader." He also shows how many of the people in the Bible failed to embody these leadership qualities, and how that affected them and, in some cases, entire populations of people.
Sessions include in-depth studies on the leadership qualities of men and women such as Ruth, Boaz, Joshua, David, Abigail, Nathan, Elijah, Daniel, Stephen, John, Paul, James, and especially Jesus.
Each session contains the following sections:The quality: An overview of the quality and how it operates (includes quotes from the book and discussion questions based on the qualities covered)Biblical example: An overview of the primary character in the Bible who demonstrated that quality or wrote about that qualityAnother look: Bible study questions based on the highlighted passagesHighlighting the lesson: questions that focus on the central teaching pointsLasting implications: questions to help draw out personal conclusionsDaily assignments: five sets of questions that guide readers on how to put the qualities into effect during their week
This workbook has been designed to enhance readers' experience of working through John Maxwell's leadership materials and is intended both for individual use and for small groups.
Achievement can be learned. It’s a muscle, and once you learn how to flex it, you’ll be able to meet life’s challenges and fulfill your goals, Bernard Roth, Academic Director at the Stanford d.school contends.
In The Achievement Habit, Roth applies the remarkable insights that stem from design thinking—previously used to solve large scale projects—to help us realize the power for positive change we all have within us. Roth leads us through a series of discussions, stories, recommendations, and exercises designed to help us create a different experience in our lives. He shares invaluable insights we can use to gain confidence to do what we’ve always wanted and overcome obstacles that hamper us from reaching our potential, including:Don’t try—DO; Excuses are self-defeating; Believe you are a doer and achiever and you’ll become one; Build resiliency by reinforcing what you do rather than what you accomplish; Learn to ignore distractions that prevent you from achieving your goals; Become open to learning from your own experience and from those around you; And more.
The brain is complex and is always working with our egos to sabotage our best intentions. But we can be mindful; we can create habits that make our lives better. Thoughtful and powerful The Achievement Habit shows you how.