“Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.” – John C. Maxwell
Key Points to Understanding the Power of Influence
- The power to influence lies in the ability to get people to participate.
- If no one is following, you are not a leader.
- Management is part of being a leader; but just because you can manage something well does not mean you can lead.
Applying Law #2 at Liberty National
Are you creating positive influence and change at Liberty National? How do you make others participate and follow you effectively?
Build the right relationships with co-workers and peers, consistently gain better knowledge, ignore negative emotions and stick with the facts, gain the trust of customers and your Agency, and always know your strength. You are an important part of the operation in your Agency. How will you lead?
Who are some leaders you can think of who have power of influence? Why are they such successful leaders?