The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game is a comprehensive game based on the teachings of John Maxwell. The game helps organizations improve their leadership intelligence and increase their effectiveness. Why? "Because everything rises and falls on leadership", says John Maxwell.
These leadership principles carry consequences with them. Apply the laws in your organization and increase your influence. Violate and ignore them, and your ability to lead others will suffer. But there's news: Every one of the laws can be learned! How? Contact me to set up a play of the Leadership Game with your most influential leaders and find out!
The Leadership Game is a fun, yet challenging experience designed to help you and your team better understand core leadership principles and values.
Through this game, you will be able to raise the leadership awareness of your team and introduce the timeless leadership that will bring about positive change through communication and connection.
The Leadership Game is a board game that allows everyone to gather around the table. It is the best team building tool...ever
Every question and discussion card is designed to trigger open, honest feedback.
The Game challenges your team members to embrace who they are as leaders. Plus it enhances their leadership skills.
By the end of the Game, team members will learn to appreciate one another and forge stronger relationships – a winning edge for any business!
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Have you ever noticed how much teenagers lead on a daily basis? Whether they are navigating their way through middle school or 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.
With The Leadership Game for Teens they can better understand core leadership principles and values in a fun and engaging setting. Teens will discover what it means to be a leader, how to have better relationships with their family, friends and others, as well as recognizing opportunities to add value to their peers.