What is the Legacy of Your Leadership?

I never thought about leaving a tennis legacy. I always thought about leaving a legacy of fulfillment, living out your dreams, and giving back. - Serena Williams

Just about anyone can make an organization look good in the short-term—by launching a flashy new program or product, drawing crowds to a big event, or slashing the budget to boost the bottom line.  But leaders who leave a legacy take a different approach.  They lead with the long-term in mind.

When all is said and done, your ability as a leader will be judged by how well your team did after you were gone.  That’s the last of Maxwell’s 21 Laws of Leadership, the Law of Legacy:  “A Leader’s Lasting Value is Measured by Succession.”

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Are You Attracting Followers or Growing Leaders?

Leaders who develop followers grow their organization one person at a time. But leaders who develop leaders multiply their growth, because for every leader they develop, they receive all of that leader’s followers. It’s the difference between addition and multiplication.

Learning and practicing the Law of Explosive Growth—John Maxwell’s 20th (of 21) Law of Leadership—will grow your organization by teams instead of individuals.

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