Are Your Leadership Development Habits Strong?
Free Download: “Developing a Return on Leadership”
What kind of impact are today’s leaders having on tomorrow’s leaders? That’s the question leadership expert, John Maxwell, and HarperCollins Leadership set out to answer through this groundbreaking whitepaper.
Get insights that will inform your leadership development programs for years to come. See how your efforts compare to those of leaders across the country and in organizations of various sizes.
Have you ever wondered if you’re doing enough to create leaders within your organization?
It’s hard enough to model leadership daily, but when you have direct reports who look up to you, there’s more pressure to help them get to the next level in their careers. In this report, discover how you stack up against the average leader today in terms of leadership impact and overall contribution to organizational growth.
· Identification: Find out the size and scope of teams that leaders around the world are commanding.
· Motivation: How many direct reports or mentees have you transitioned into formal leadership and managerial roles? Compare your results with the average leader.
· Position: Get the secret reasons most leaders believe people follow them (is it because they HAVE to or because they WANT to?)
· Reproduction: Learn which type of leadership training - structured or unstructured – leaders are using and companies are mandating (and whether either works at all)
“The very nature of leadership is to influence relationships, to lead people to do their utmost for their organization.”
What We Learned…
38 percent of leaders have mentored 2-5 others to a position of authority
58 percent of leaders are mentoring at least two people right now
61 percent of leaders are turning to books as a means of leadership development and training
Want to see more results of our study? Download the whitepaper now.
Based on New York Times bestselling author, John Maxwell’s newest book (out 1.28.2020)
In The Leader’s Greatest Return, Maxwell shares the most important lessons he’s learned about the leadership development process over the last quarter century. He instructs readers in how to
· Recognize potential leaders
· Attract leaders by creating a leadership “table”
· Work themselves out of a job by equipping and empowering leaders
· Position leaders to build a winning team
· Coach leaders to higher levels and make them leadership developers themselves
This is where leaders really experience the compounding value of developing leaders and go to the highest levels of leadership themselves. Anyone who wants to take the next step in their leadership, build their organization or team today, and create their legacy for tomorrow needs to read The Leader’s Greatest Return.
Start developing the leaders of tomorrow, today.