Leadership Game

                                       

 

The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game is a comprehensive game based on the teachings

of John C. Maxwell.  The game helps organizations improve their leadership intelligence and

increase their effectiveness.  Why?  "Because everything rises and falls on leadership," says

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 is good news: every one of the laws can be learned.  How?  Play the game with 6-12

of your most influential leaders and find out!

 

Get Ready to Raise Your Company's Leadership Lid!

The Leadership Game is a fun, yet challenging experience designed to help you and your team

better understand core leadership principles and values.  Through the spirit of competition,

guards will drop and transparency will increase.  Issues will rise to the top so that they can be

worked through.  Leadership strengths will be illuminated and valued in team members.

 

  • Test your grasp of everyday leadership values and principles
  • Engage in open discussions with your team in a relaxed setting
  • Discover ways to strengthen your team's leadership abilities

 

Here's what LEADERSHIP GAME players are saying:

"I had the privilege of playing the Leadership Game twice in the last year.  Two things I 

learned are that we are leaders in every aspect of life.  Others are always watching.  The

other is that what others see in us may not be what we see  I felt inspired, encouraged

and empowered to be more."

-Nancy King, Senior Sales Director, Mary Kay Cosmetics

 

"Going into this game I did not know what to expect, but as it turns out I was super 

impressed with it and can't wait to play it again.  This game helped our team recognize

our strengths and weaknesses, but most importantly it helped us get to know each 

other on a higher personal level.  We even had some of our member walk out of the 

game feeling like they needed to invest more in their education and themselves to 

grow as individuals  Overall, I would say it was a great game!"

-Richard Benavides, Broker and Owner of Big Realty