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The 5 Levels of Leadership

The 5 Levels of Leadership

John C. Maxwell

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Don't Confuse Leadership With Having A Title

Don't Confuse Leadership With Having A Title

Being a leader is more than just having a title.

You can become a leader by progressing through five levels of influence.

The first level is when people follow you because of your title. The last level is when people follow you because of your record of developing new leaders and great organizations.

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The 5 Levels of Leadership

The 5 Levels of Leadership

Level 1: Position

Title-based: people follow you because of your role.

Level 2: Permission

Relationship-based: those who follow you do so due to the influence you have and the trust they place in you. Be a leader who earns the trust of your team.

Level 3: Production

Results-based: getting things done is what makes people follow you.

Level 4: People Development

Empowerment-based: you are followed because you empower people.

Level 5: Pinnacle

Legacy-based: your reputation for developing strong leaders and organizations makes people follow you.

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An individual grows as a leader through five levels of influence.

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