John Maxwell Company Executive Leadership Podcast
Summary: The John Maxwell Company provides Executive Leadership training and coaching based on the principles of its founder John C. Maxwell.
Effective leaders know that finding innovative ways to grow and improve their business is a critical part of their role. To do so requires change. In fact, all progress requires changes. And, while many leaders see the need for change, many struggle implementing change. In today’s episode, Chris and Perry ask five questions to help you move forward while overcoming natural resistance others may have to the change you are leading.
In this episode of The John Maxwell Executive Leadership Podcast, we pick back up with our discussion on developing leaders. Last week, we talked about identifying leaders. This week, we explore the questions leaders must ask themselves in order to develop other leaders well. We discuss the “equipping mindset,” being in the right proximity to those you’re developing, tailoring a growth plan to the individual, and common insecurities leaders face when developing others.
In this episode, we discuss how crisis highlights the importance of developing leaders. Just because you can't develop everyone doesn't mean you shouldn't be developing anyone!
#91 - Reclaiming your culture as we re-open by John Maxwell Company
Chris and Perry discuss the challenges of perception and intention as part of communication during these challenging times.
#89 - Perspective Principles by John Maxwell Company
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#87 - Perspective Principles by John Maxwell Company
#86 - Be Intentional to Find the Good in Bad Times by John Maxwell Company
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Chris and Perry discuss inside vs outside
Chris and Perry meet on Zoom again and discuss how to find the opportunity in adversity.
Chris and Perry record remote again and discuss how to keep the right perspective in these trying times.
Chris and Perry get together online for the second time to discuss coping with the new normal.
Chris and Perry discuss leadership in times of crisis and working remote.