The John Maxwell Learning systems can be given as a regular training event or a learning process over the course of a number of weeks.
The training event is great to pass on information about how to accomplish certain management and leadership tasks, but the learning process helps to change behaviors. The Maxwell Learning programs are more effective when facilitated over a period of time. Participants are assigned a chapter per week with questions to discuss during that chapters review. This “Mastermind Group” process has the following benefits;
- Increases the participants own experience and confidence
- Sharpens the participants leadership and personal skills
- Creates real progress in the participants profession and life
- Adds an instant and valuable support network
- Get honest feedback, advice and brainstorming
- Borrows on the experience and skills of the other members
- The participant receives critical insights into themselves
- Optimistic peer support in maintaining a positive mental attitude
- The mastermind group can bring resources and connections to the table the participants might not have had on their own
We can also offer the John Maxwell Companies 360 Degree Assessment and can meet with each employee to debrief them on the results. There is also the opportunity to be coached in one of the John Maxwell Learning programs.
Everyone Communicates Few Connect
Learn how to identify with people and relate to others in a way that increases your influence with them. To be a successful leader, you need to learn to communicate in a way that connects with others.
- Connecting Increases Your Influence in Every Situation
- Connecting is All About Others
- Connecting Goes Beyond Words
- Connecting Always Requires Energy
- Connecting is More Skill Than Natural Talent
- Connectors Connect on Common Ground
- Connectors Do the Difficult Work of Keeping it Simple
- Connectors Create an Experience Everyone Enjoys
- Connectors Inspire People
- Connectors Live What They Communicate
Lessons learned from a lifetime of leading.
Few People Are Successful Unless a Lot of People Want Them To Be.
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.
- If It’s Lonely at the Top, You’re Not Doing Something Right
- The Toughest Person to Lead is Always Yourself
- Defining Moments Define Your Leadership
- When You Get Kicked in the Rear, You Know You’re out in Front
- Never Work a Day in Your Life
- The Best Leaders Are Listeners
- Get in the Zone and Stay There
- A Leader’s First Responsibility is to Define Reality
- To See How the Leader is Doing, Look at the People
- Don’t Send Your Ducks to Eagle School
- Keep Your Mind on the Main Thing
- Your Biggest Mistake is Not Asking What Mistake You Are Making
- Don’t Manage Your Time — Manage Your Life
- Keep Learning to Keep Leading
- Leaders Distinguish Themselves During Tough Times
- People Quit People, Not Companies
- Be a Connector, Not Just a Climber
- For Everything You Gain, You Give Something Up
- Those Who Start the Journey with You Seldom Finish with You
Put Your Dream To The Test
Your dream has power. It can inspire you. It can empower you. But will it reward you?
What Do You Need to Make Your Dreams Come True?
- Dream – Is your dream match your Purpose and Potential?
Ownership – Is it your dream?
- Clarity – Is your dream clear?
Reality – What are your strengths? Does it fit your dream?
- Passion – Passion overcomes adversity.
- Pathway – Developing your pathway enables you to reach your potential.
- People – Who is needed to make your dream a success?
- Cost – Are you willing to pay the price for your dream?
- Tenacity – Do you have what it takes achieve your dreams?
- Fulfillment – Will accomplishing your dream give you a feeling of success?
- Significance – Does your dream help others?
How to Be a REAL Success
People are inspired by and desire to be like great leaders yet become overwhelmed by the perceived knowledge needed to learn the skills of leadership.
Success is: knowing your purpose in life; growing to your maximum potential; sowing the seeds that benefit others. It is a rather simple recipe yet requires awareness, study, practice and mentoring to achieve.
The Four Elements to Success:
- Relationships – Love and accept yourself. The first person you learn to get along with is you.
- Equipping – Great leaders grow their vision from “ME” to “WE.”
- Attitude – Our attitude is a choice.
- Leadership – Leadership takes time and energy to develop.
The secret to becoming a successful leader is discovered in your daily agenda.
Becoming a Person of Influence
With Influence, You Can Achieve Success at Home, Work and in Every Other Area of Life.
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.
Learn how to Become a Person of Influence;
- A Person of Influence Has Integrity with People
- A Person of Influence Nurtures Other People
- A Person of Influence has Faith in People
- A Person of Influence Listens to People
- A Person of Influence Understands People
- A Person of Influence Enlarges People
- A Person of Influence Navigates for Other People
- A Person of Influence Connects with People
- A Person of Influence Empowers People
- A Person of Influence Reproduces Other Influencers
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
Learn how the 21 Laws of Leadership can bring you or your company success by studying the “Irrefutable Laws of Leadership.”
- The Law of the Lid: “Leadership Ability is the Lid that Determines a Person’s Level of Effectiveness.”
- The Law of Influence: “The True Measure of Leadership is Influence – Nothing More, Nothing Less.”
- The Law of Process: “Leadership Develops Daily, Not In a Day”
- The Law of Navigation: “Anyone Can Steer the Ship, but It Takes a Leader to Chart the Course”
- The Law of Addition: “Leaders Add Value To Others By Serving Others.”
- The Law of Solid Ground: “Trust is the Foundartion of Leadership”
- The Law of Respect: “People Naturally Follow Leaders Stronger Than Themselves.”
- The Law of Intuition: “Leaders Evaluate Everything with a Leadership Bia.”
- The Law of Magnetism:“Who You Are is Who You Attract.”
- The Law of Connection: “Leaders Touch a Heart Before They Ask for a Hand.”
- The Law of the Inner Circle: “A Leader’s Potential Is Determined by Those Closest To Him.”
- The Law of Empowerment: “Only Secure Leaders Give Power to Others.”
- The Law of the Picture: “People Do What People See.”
- The Law of the Buy-In: “People Buy into the Leader, Then the Vision.”
- The Law of Victory: “Leaders Find a Way for the Team to Win.”
- The Law of the Big Mo: “Momentum Is a Leader’s Best Friend.”
- The Law of Priorities: “Leaders Understand That Activity is Not Necessarily Accomplishment.”
- The Law of Sacrifice: “A Leader Must Give Up to Go Up.”
- The Law of Timing: “When to Lead is as Important as What to Do and Where to Go.”
- The Law of Explosive Growth: “To Add Growth, Lead Followers – To Multiply, Lead Leaders.”
- The Law of Legacy: “A Leader’s Lasting Value Is Measured By Succession.”
The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth
Each chapter is packed with information on how to live a better life, develop sustaining relationships and lead others. Maxwell outlines his take on the important principles of personal growth. Read them, apply them, live better and grow.
- The Law of Intentionality
- The Law of Awareness
- The Law of the Mirror
- The Law of Reflection
- The Law of Consistency
- The Law of Environment
- The Law of Design
- The Law of Pain
- The Law of Curiosity
- The Law of the Ladder
- The Law of the Rubber Band
- The Law of the Trade-offs
- The Law of Modeling
- The Law of Expansion
- The Law of Contribution
Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn
John Maxwell believes that the greatest lessons we learn in life are from our losses. Everyone experiences loss, but not everyone learns from it. In Sometimes You Win–Sometimes You Learn, Dr. Maxwell explores the most common lessons we learn when we experience loss. He then explains how to turn a set-back into a step forward by examining the eleven elements that make up the DNA of those who learn:
Humility – The Spirit of Learning
Reality – The Foundation of Learning
Responsibility – The First Step of Learning
Improvement – The Focus of Learning
Hope – The Motivation of Learning
Teachability – The Pathway of Learning
Adversity – The Catalyst of Learning
Problems – The Opportunities of Learning
Bad Experiences – The Perspective for Learning
Change – The Price of Learning
Maturity – The Value of Learning
Learning is not easy during down times; it takes discipline to do the right thing when everything is wrong. This book provides a roadmap to doing just that. As John Maxwell often points out–experience isn’t the best teacher; evaluated experience is.