The 21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership

John C Maxwell

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21 irrefutable laws of leadership will govern your personal growth and organizational effectiveness. Applying the laws will enable you to lead others successfully.

What will you learn from this book

  1. The Law of the Lid:

    • Leadership ability determines a person's effectiveness. The higher the leadership ability, the higher the potential for success.
  2. The Law of Influence:

    • The true measure of leadership is influence. Effective leaders inspire and motivate others to follow them.
  3. The Law of Process:

    • Leadership is a process, not a one-time event. Continuous learning and growth are essential for effective leadership.
  4. The Law of Navigation:

    • Successful leaders chart a course and navigate it with a clear vision, adjusting their plans as necessary to reach their destination.
  5. The Law of Addition:

    • Leaders add value to others. By serving and uplifting others, leaders create positive environments and foster teamwork.
  6. The Law of Solid Ground:

    • Trust is the foundation of leadership. Leaders build trust through consistency, honesty, and integrity.
  7. The Law of Respect:

    • People naturally follow leaders stronger than themselves. Respect is earned through competence, character, and confidence.
  8. The Law of Intuition:

    • Great leaders have a sense of intuition about their surroundings and make good decisions based on instincts and experience.
  9. The Law of Magnetism:

    • Who you are is who you attract. Leaders with positive qualities attract and retain individuals with similar attributes.
  10. The Law of Legacy:

    • A leader's lasting value is measured by succession. The most effective leaders leave a legacy by developing and mentoring others to carry on their work.
Language English
ISBN-10 8178090384
ISBN-13 9788178090382
No of pages 231
Font Size Medium
Book Publisher Magna Publishing Co Ltd
Published Date 01 Jan 2002

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Author : John C Maxwell

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