Despite what some memorable characters from a certain hugely popular TV program would say, leadership is not about vanquishing everyone around you to earn the right to cast down edicts from atop an imposing throne. Leadership is nurtured within a person and unleashed when they choose to do what they will where they are to promote a vision, invest in others, aid cooperation, and increase the effectiveness of the people around them.
When our team members embrace that understanding of Leading From Where You Are, the entire organization wins, and everyone benefits as a result. Leading in that way takes buy-in, it takes work, and it takes choosing to grow every day. So, how do you inspire that buy-in, that work, and those choices on your team? The foundation is built on open communication, connecting, and a clearer understanding of what it means to lead.
What if I told you that your team will play their way to that clearer understanding of leadership, better communication, more productivity, and increased sales? The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game improves the health of your communication, connections, and cooperation. Gather 6 to 12 people, choose a card, and let the interaction improve your team’s communication and raise the lid on their capacity to lead.
The Leadership Game produces incredible results for your team and your organization, because, as John Maxwell has shown, “Everything rises and falls on leadership.”
When your team members play the Leadership Game, in a fun and open forum, guided by John Maxwell Team Executive Director and Founding Partner Trish Buzzone, each member of your team has the opportunity to:
Improve their grasp of leadership values and practices
Engage in open discussions in a fun, relaxed atmosphere
Discover ways to strengthen their leadership
What does leading on a team look like?
Effective leadership is every member of your team owning their role and leading by example. Setting and achieving goals, and working with others to help them do so as well.
What happens when you have a team full of leaders?
Leaders see what needs to be done, and they find a way to get it done. And, when leaders invest their talents in a vision, they help others develop their gifts. Together, your team members will create a connection that bridges gaps in effectiveness, taking your organization from where it is to where you want it to be.
Is it time for your team to expand their understanding, increase their capacity to lead, and improve their overall effectiveness? If so, we have a very special invitation for you.
When your team invests 2 to 3 hours working with me guiding them through this fun and effective assessment tool, you can expect: a different level of communication and connection within your team, cracks in the protective armor of people looking out for ‘number one,’ and increased trust and openness among your team members.
There is no time like the present to enhance your team’s capacity to lead, ability to communicate effectively, and opportunities for growth. To learn more about the John Maxwell Team Leadership Game, and to choose the version that’s perfect for your team, click the button below.
“We played a Leadership Game with the team that opened great conversations and discussions, and we learned a lot about each other as individuals and what drives us to be successful… Lots of minds shifted today and stronger relationships were developed.” — Albert White, GSM, Maus Family Automotive
“Playing the game was really beneficial. It solidified our group, we bonded and we built stronger relationships. The trust was there to be able make the right decisions and it will help us succeed.” — Lauren Jolly, Spherion Staffing, Brooksville, FL
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