About the book
Full-time motivational speaker and bestselling author John C. Maxwell, a former priest, has written more than 70 books during the last four decades, but, arguably, none of them enjoys the rock status of his classic, “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership.”
Even those who think it’s cheesy, agree that Maxwell’s guidelines work and can do a lot of good to anyone who applies them in their lives. Even today, 20 years and a million leadership books later, Maxwell’s well-researched, insightful, and sometimes amusing “irrefutable laws of leadership” are well worth your time. “What’s so special about them?” – you might wonder. Well, correct us if we’re wrong, but not many of the books have the power to both grab your attention and to be as perfectly structured as a mind-map.
Just like most of Maxwell’s books, the content of “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership” is already a draft-summary nd thus serves as a perfect reminder for whenever you want to put your newly acquired knowledge in use.
In addition to that, Maxwell’s writing is impeccably clear, quite motivational, simple as an elementary schoolbook, and – yes – cheesy.
In “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership” you’ll learn:
- The law of legacy: a leader’s lasting value is measured by succession.
- The law of explosive growth: to add growth, lead followers – to multiply, lead leaders
- The law of timing: when to lead is as important as what to do and where to go