The Law of Empowerment: Don’t Be Afraid to Delegate

The Law of Empowerment: Don’t Be Afraid to Delegate

What is the Law of Empowerment? Why is it important for leaders to empower their subordinates by delegating critical functions of their organization? The Law of Empowerment is John C. Maxwell’s twelfth law of leadership. This law states that effective leaders have both the trust and the courage to empower others. If leaders don’t empower their subordinates, they inadvertently limit their organization’s success because others aren’t allowed to reach their full potential. Keep reading to learn about the Law of Empowerment by John C. Maxwell.

The Law of the Picture: Great Leaders Lead by Example

The Law of the Picture: Great Leaders Lead by Example

What is the Law of the Picture? What can you, as a leader, do to encourage your employees to deliver their best performance? The Law of the Picture is one of The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John C. Maxwell. It states that effective leaders lead by example. Therefore, leaders should carefully evaluate their actions because they will be mirrored by their subordinates. Keep reading to learn about the Law of the Picture and how to put it to work for your business.

The Law of Process: Leaders Aren’t Born, They’re Made

The Law of Process: Leaders Aren’t Born, They’re Made

What is the Law of Process? What do you think is more important when it comes to leadership—inherent talent or purposeful practice? The Law of Process is the third law in The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership. It states that, contrary to a common misconception, leadership is not an inborn trait, but rather a skill that’s developed through frequent and consistent practice. Keep reading for more about the Law of Process by John C. Maxwell.

Independence at Work Promotes Competency

Independence at Work Promotes Competency

How can you encourage your employees to work independently and with accountability? What are the top three behaviors that diminish independence? Allowing your employees to have independence at work has so many benefits. Your employees will learn accountability, self-reliance, responsibility, and gain confidence. You will be able to take time off and trust that your company is doing well. Continue on to learn why giving your employees independence is so crucial.

Employee Encouragement Leads to Increased Ability

Employee Encouragement Leads to Increased Ability

How can you improve the abilities of your team? How do Knowledge Multipliers encourage employees? What Diminishing behaviors inhibit growth? Knowledge Multipliers use employee encouragement tactics to increase their team’s intelligence and abilities. The three practices they use are to spark direction, challenge people, and create conviction. Knowledge Diminishers, however, tend to show off, test others, micromanage, and create boredom. Continue on to learn the best employee encouragement practices and what behaviors to avoid.

Multiplier Leadership: Creating a Multiplier Culture

Multiplier Leadership: Creating a Multiplier Culture

Do you want to implement Multiplier leadership practices into your workplace? How do you foster a Multiplier culture? It’s one thing to have one Multiplier Leader, but when you implement Multiplier leadership practices on a large scale, you create a Multiplier culture. Here is what to do and what not to do when creating a Multiplier culture. Keep reading for advice on how to implement Multiplier leadership on a large scale.

What Causes Trust Issues? Dishonest Marketing

What Causes Trust Issues? Dishonest Marketing

What is the tragedy of the commons? How can mistrust in corporations lead to the mistrust of our peers? How can we work on becoming more trusting in the future? The tragedy of the commons is the concept that everybody shares common resources and if we all respect them, then everybody can prosper. But, inevitably, a minority of the population will take advantage of the trust system and ruin the commons for everybody. Companies everywhere do this to us every day and it causes inherent mistrust of others. Keep reading to learn what causes trust issues and what we can

Multipliers and Diminishers: The Two Types of Leaders

Multipliers and Diminishers: The Two Types of Leaders

What is the difference between a multiplier leader and a diminisher leader? What are the traits of multipliers and diminishers? According to the authors of Multipliers, there are two types of leaders: Multipliers and Diminishers. Multipliers bring the most out of their team’s abilities and they inspire and push them to do their best. Diminishers only access a small portion of their team’s abilities and prefer to rely on their own intelligence. Keep reading to learn more about Multipliers and Diminishers