Leadership Laws According To John Maxwell: The Laws Of Leadership

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LAWS OF LEADERSHIP
• According to John Maxwell, one of the greatest leadership lecturer and author, there are twenty one laws of leadership.
• These laws have four characteristics:
1. It is not based on culture, gender, or age. They would work in another country regardless of your culture.
2. They relate and apply to all communities. They relate to the business community, the government community, academic community, and religious community. Whichever job or occupation you have these laws will apply.
3. They are recognized by other leaders as leadership laws.
4. They stand the test of time; this means that they can’t be outdated. These laws will still apply twenty years down the line.
OBSERVATIONS ABOUT THE TWENTY ONE LAWS
• Laws can be learnt. They are teachable and transferable from one person to another.
• They stand alone, there is an independence about them. They standalone yet they interlock and interrelate to one another. The more laws you know the better leader you become and you are able to measure your progress.
• They carry consequences. If you obey the laws you will receive good rewards but if you don’t follow you will be in trouble. Therefore, follow the law and the people will follow you.
• The laws are the foundation of leadership because they are the ground work.
THE TWENTY ONE LAWS OF LEADERSHIP
1. LAW OF THE LID- LEADERSHIP ABILITY DETERMINES A PERSON’S LEVEL OF EFFECTIVENESS.
• Our leadership level determines our organization size. Your organization will
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