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CREATING MULTIPLICATION

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WHAT IS A GREAT LEADER?

WHAT IS A GREAT LEADER?

MYTH: Great leaders can do everything

MYTH: Great leaders are well-rounded

FACT: The less you do the more you accomplish

FACT: The less you do the more others can accomplish

POINT: Some leaders attract followers, good leaders attract leaders, but great leaders develop leaders of leaders

1 Corinthians 13:7 NLT
Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.

SIGNS OF GREAT LEADERS

1) An Inspiring Life

Ex: Treat others, handle adversity, overcome temptation

2) A Successful History

Ex: Follow through, positive changes, consistent improvement

3) A Motivating Spirit

Ex: Encourage others, secure in calling, build momentum

4) A Humble Attitude

Ex: Transparency, how you receive praise, spirit of grace

5) A Lasting Legacy

Ex: Actions are repeated, pass on wisdom, interest in next generation

HOW TO DEVELOP GREAT LEADERS

1) Teach Awareness

PROBLEM: Nobody lies like leaders

WHY: We have an unlimited capacity for self-deception

SOLUTION: Know what you don’t know

2) Assume Trust

WHY: People don’t care about how much you know until they know how much you care

Ex: ????????

SOLUTION: People don’t care about how much you know until they know how much you care

3) Keep Active

WHY: You can empower or you can control

Ex: ????????????

SOLUTION: Focus on empowerment, not control

4) Ask Questions

WHY: Let people discover how to do it

Ex:

SOLUTION: Letting people discover what to

5) Give Away

WHY: People must own their own development

APPLICATION

Developing great leaders is this: telling people what they don’t want to hear, helping people see what they don’t want to see, so they can become the person they always believed they could be

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telling people what they don’t want to hear, helping them see what they don’t want to see, so they can become the person they always believed they could be

Developing great leaders is telling people what they don’t want to hear, helping them see what they don’t want to see, so they can become the person they always believed they could be

Leadership is telling people what they don’t want to hear, helping them see what they didn’t want to see, so they could become the person they always believed they could be

For people to develop there must be permission to fail and room to rise

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