Launching a Leadership Revolution

Everyone will be called upon to lead at some point in his or her life. The only question is, will YOU be ready?

 

Get the book that started the revolution! Sooner or later, all of us will be called upon to lead in some capacity. Leadership skills are vital in corporate settings, small businesses, church, community organizations, and even at home. Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward have recognized this need and have jointly created an in-depth, step-by-step guide for developing leadership skills.

 

Launching a Leadership Revolution will teach you about leadership as both a science and an art. Utilizing an abundance of historical examples, the authors have developed a unique 5-step plan that charts a course for creating and maintaining strong leadership in any organization. The plan guides the reader through the “Five Levels of Influence”:

 

- Learning: a leader must be able to learn from anyone
- Performing: persevere through failure to find success
- Leading: extend your ability by expanding your team
- Developing Leaders: learn to trust your people
- Develop Leaders Who Develop Leaders: create a legacy

 

This book is full of prescriptive advice, as well as quotes and anecdotes that illustrate the authors’ principles.

 

There is a reason this book is a #1 best seller. It very neatly and succinctly lays out an explanation of what it means to be a leader and what it takes to become one. This book is used by the University system in my state as a business and leadership textbook. It’s phenomenal. - Kevin Swedberg

 

Well written and easy to understand leadership principles with historical examples. Defines a clear progression of characteristics and instruction from Foundational Qualities to level 5 leadership skills. Points to the critical need for Leadership in our world today. Excellent guide to leadership development that can be built upon for a lifetime. - Gene Higgins

 

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Strong sailors are not made on calm seas.
RT @jpkeller1962: Minimum expectation, minimum pressure, minimum results. Expect big things!!! Wayne MacNamara @wayne_macnama…
Some folks think self-esteem is more important than doing something to earn it!
RT @Orrin_Woodward: Bad results can change with good attitudes; conversely, good results can change with bad attitudes. #amilliongreenboxes
Seeking God's glory is always good for us.
Real leaders have influence because they have character, get results, share the credit and accept the blame.
Principles wouldn't be principles if they changed based upon circumstances.
People with overpowering egos are hard to like for long, though we are still commanded to love them.
Our definitions of success may change as we age, but they should always involve being a force for good in the lives of others.
RT @LollyDaskal: Never ever ---let your fear decide your future.~ @LollyDaskal #Leadership #quote

Chris is making a donation equal to 100% of all the advances and royalties he receives for this edition to All Grace Outreach in Flint, Michigan. Learn more about All Grace Outreach charity...