The John Maxwell Leadership Game is one of the strongest assessments and evaluation tools that will add value to any organization. The Game is a fun, interactive, and edifying way to assess communication, address difficult topics, and identify strengths and weaknesses. Through thought provoking questions, individual reflection, and ideological debates, any group will understand one another more deeply in order to perform more effectively. This tool will help to identify ways to improve the organizations areas of weakness and enhance their strengths.
This is a great tool for: Executive Boards, C-Teams, small businesses or large businesses. It works with everything from non-profits to real estate offices to large manufacturing. This will benefit any group of people working together on a common goal.
Leadership for Teens
Have you ever noticed how much teenagers lead on a daily basis? Whether they are navigating their way through middle and high school, joining student organizations or sports, organizing social activities, or negotiating with their parents for a later curfew, when it comes to being a teenager, leadership is a matter of life. The challenge is teens don’t always get to express their natural leadership abilities, and those that do, don’t always have good examples to follow so they can grow and develop.
The Leadership Game is designed to help teens better understand core leadership principles and values in a fun and engaging setting. With each roll of the die, young people will discover what it means to be a leader, how to have better relationships with their family, teachers, friends and others, and how to recognize opportunities to add value to people. We invite teens and pre-teens around the table to discover practical leadership values that they can use – in the home, in the classroom and in their social circles.
Schedule time with Michele below, and together we will form a plan to get your team working in unity.