How to Lead When You're Not in Charge: Leveraging Influence When You Lack Authorityالمؤلف: Clay Scroggins الراوي: Clay Scroggins كتاب صوتي
The greatest myth of leadership is that you must be in charge in order to lead.
Great leaders aren't paralyzed by not being in a position of recognized authority. Great leaders lead with or without that authority and learn to unleash their positive influence wherever they are.
In this audio-based study, dynamic author and pastor Clay Scroggins shares his first-hand experience working under Andy Stanley at North Point Community Church. He explains the nature of leadership and what it takes to lead yourself and others well with or without that impressive title.
In this audio study you will:
• Learn to leverage influence instead of authority
• Create a game plan for leading yourself well
• Change the energy of your team by choosing positivity
• Cultivate influence by thinking critically, not being critical
• Avoid the trap of passivity when you feel out of control
• Learn an effective way to challenge people in authority over you
How to Lead When You're Not in Charge Study Guide will free you to become the great leader you want to be so you can make a difference right where you are—whether it’s in your workplace, community, or church. Even when you're not in charge.
1. The Oddity of Leadership (16:30)
2. Lead Yourself (15:30)
3. Choose Positivity (16:30)
4. Think Critically (17:00)
5. Reject Passivity (15:00)
6. Challenging Up (17.30)
Coordinating study guide available separately.
The Audio Bible Studies series provides a unique audio learning experience. Unlike a traditional audiobook's direct narration of a book's text, this audio Bible study includes high-quality, live audio sessions from the author that cover important Bible-based topics. These sessions will reflect the ambiance of the unique recording locations, immersing the listener into the teaching. While not required for the audio experience, these studies are designed to partner with the coordinating study guide, sold separately.