We hope that those of you who lead, train leaders or desire to lead, regardless of title, are as excited as we are about our new DVD training curriculum based on Mark’s best selling, You Don’t Need a Title To Be a Leader: How Anyone, Anywhere Can Make a Positive Difference.
Mark’s dynamic new leadership training program begins with the story behind the book’s title of a woman who sought to make a difference, not gain a title, and consequently had enormous impact on her company, colleagues (and everybody who’s invested in this difference making book!). His concise curriculum demonstrates to you and your teams that anyone can be a leader on the job and in life by embracing the qualities that genuine leaders share:
- Thinking about what you want to accomplish before beginning a project; hardly a novel idea but too often not given enough attention
- Caring about and listening to others
- Focusing on the success of those around you rather than on individual achievement
- Looking for ways to encourage the contributions of everyone around them
- Drawing on the power of shared values; the glue that binds us to a common vision
You Don’t Need a Title Leadership training takes you beyond simple authority and shows you how to achieve true power with people (leadership) as opposed to merely exercising power over people (title). The idea of an Army of Lions led by a Lion is a central theme of Mark’s speaking and writing. Imagine that kind of power and purpose in your organization!
The You Don’t Need a Title To Be a Leader DVD Training Curriculum is now available through the Sanborn Store. By the way, in addition to many fine products for sale in our store, we also provide several free leadership resources for download along with a wealth of other articles, archived ezines and just great content in general that will help aspiring and experienced leaders alike, lead better.
If you want to know what kind of impact You Don’t Need a Title to be a Leader can have on training up your leaders, you’ll be interested in this case study from the VP of Human Development for a $200 million medical equipment and services company.