What Is Your Leadership Game Plan?

Leadership is one of my passions.

I love to study it, I love to practice it, and I love to teach it.

I especially love to help others develop their leadership style.

In John Maxwell’s book, “The 5 Levels of Leadership,” Mr. Maxwell talks about the fact that leadership is not a matter of having a certain job or title. In fact, that is only the first of the five levels (Position).

To become more than the “boss” to others you must master the ability to invest in other’s development and the ability to inspire them (Permission).

To grow further in your leadership role, you must achieve results and build a team that produces (Production). You need to help people to develop their skills to become leaders themselves (People Development).

Then, if you have the skill and dedication, you may reach the pinnacle of leadership, where your experience and influence extend beyond your immediate reach and time for the benefit of others (Pinnacle).

What is your leadership potential? How far do you want to go in your leadership journey? What is your leadership game plan?

If you do not have one, you may find it difficult to achieve your goals and see the results that you had imagined.

As a certified professional coach, and a former CEO and business owner, I know the importance of having a coach and a game plan to achieve results and reach your goals.

Coaches help you develop your individual playbook and keep you in the game.

Leadership is a multidimensional discipline, which takes a lifetime to master. If you do not grow as a leader, people will not follow you. The time to formulate your leadership plan is now!

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then you are a leader.

John Quincy Adams