4 Books Every Coach Should Read to Improve as a Leader | A John C. Maxwell Book Dump

4 Books Every Coach Should Read to Improve as a Leader | A John C. Maxwell Book Dump

 It’s no secret that John C. Maxwell is one of the greatest leadership coaches out there. As student-athletes look to be guided and mentored by their coaches, coaches must never stop developing as a leader. There are always new skills to be learned and new experiences that will test your leadership ability, including extraordinary and challenging moments. 

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect


Helps you succeed by revealing Maxwell’s Five Principles and Five Practices to develop this crucial skill of connecting, including:

  • finding common ground 
  • keeping your communication simple 
  • capturing people's interest 
  • How to create an experience everyone enjoys 
  • staying authentic in all your relationships.
  • Your ability to achieve results in any organization - be it a company, church, nonprofit, or even in your family - is directly tied to the leadership skills in your toolbox.

     

    Developing the Leader Within You 2.0

     

    Develop the vision, value, influence, and motivation required of successful leaders 

     

    **The following two are great because they are small handheld books that are easy to read. Great to throw in your bag heading out the door for practice, and John gives excellent advice that you can apply with your athletes right away. 

     

    The Power of Significance | How Purpose Changes Your Life

    "Practical guidance and motivation to get you started on your unique personal path to significance. Learn how to find your why and start small"

    How Successful People Grow | 15 Ways to Get Ahead in Life

    "The Law of the Mirror: You Must See Value in Yourself to Add Value to Yourself, The Law of Awareness: You Must Know Yourself to Grow Yourself, The Law of Modeling: It's Hard to Improve When You Have No One But Yourself to Follow,   and The Law of the Rubber Band: Growth Stops When You Lose the Tension Between Where You are and Where You Could Be"


     

     

    Student of Life | Change The Narrative