Book Review - 360 Degrees Leader

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| | |Date of Presentation |November 8, 2008 | |Title of the Book |The 360-Degree Leader |Author |John C. Maxwell |

Objective :To highlight significant learning and application derived from the readings

| | |Brief Summary of the Book | | | |Overview | | | |99 % of all leadership occurs not from the top but from the middle of the organization. Organizations usually have one leader, so what can one do if he isn’t | |that person? Are you working somewhere in middle of the organization? You may not be a follower at the lowest level of the organization but you’re not the one | |at the top either yet you still want to lead and make a difference, to make a contribution. | | | |You do not need to be CEO to lead effectively. You can learn to make an impact through your leadership even if you report to someone who is not a good leader. | |The secret is learning to develop your influence from wherever you are in the organization by becoming a 360-Degree Leader. You learn to lead up, lead across | |and lead down. | | | |360-Degree Leader influence people at every level of organization. By helping others, they help themselves. | | | |Seven myths believed by people who lead in the middle of organizations | | | |Myth #1 The Position Myth: “I can’t lead if I am not at the top.” | | | |The belief is that leadership comes simply from having a position or title. You don’t need to possess a position in order to lead. A place at the top will not | |make anyone a leader. The Law of Influence in The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership states it clearly: “The true measure of leadership is influence-nothing | |more, nothing less.” Leadership is a choice you make, not a place you sit. Anyone can choose to become a leader wherever he is. You can make a difference...
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