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The Right to Lead

The Right to Lead Learning Leadership Through Character and Courage

By John C. Maxwell
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.3 Stars

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On 1/17 Mike Van Hoozer wrote: You can learn a lot by studying great leaders. John Maxwell has spent his entire life doing just this. Along the way, he has developed a point of view about leadership including what makes a great leader and how leaders embrace challenges, respond to setbacks, and perservere to accomplish their goals. ... The Right to Lead

Mike's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/1 Omar wrote: Several individuals occupy a position of leadership but few truly earn the right to lead. A title means nothing if we do not address the heart of the issue. True leadership begins with character and requires courage to pursue. In his book “The Right to Lead,” John Maxwell gives helpful insight through ... A Must for Our Generation

Omar's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/5 carebear wrote: "A leader knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way." -John C. Maxwell I thoroughly enjoyed this book! This would make an excellent gift for those who are already in leadership and those who are aspiring to be. Leaders highlighted come from all walks of life. From Harriet Tubman to Norman Schwarzkopf. ... Wonderful Gift For Leaders!

carebear's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/13 Wendy Gunn wrote: Though small in size, this book is big in impact. It is inspiring and motivational. Like a thick, juicy steak, you must chew it thoroughly, and savor each bite, taking time to digest it well. Each chapter begins with a character quality Maxwell sees as inherent in a true leader. Thought-provoking quotes ... An Easy Meaty Must-Read For Make-A-Difference Leaders

Wendy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/30 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: I'm sure many leaders have read leadership books.  I know I have.  In fact, we read, notate, study - we work at understanding the concepts, figuring them out, determining how they apply, and what we can do.This book will give you something of a break - not from learning and improving, but ... The Right to Lead by John Maxwell

Mitchell's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/26 Jamie Booth wrote: At first glance it seems like a good book for a graduation gift, or great coffee table decor, but when you open The Right to Lead you find that it is much more. In this short book John Maxwell retells great stories of sacrifice and risk, shares poignant quotes regarding vision and integrity, and speaks ... The Right to Lead

Jamie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/14 Denise Mattox wrote: When I finish a book and it has little post it notes sticking out of it, its a visual affirmation of the impact it has made on me. When I finished The Right to Lead by John C. Maxwell, it had inherited multiple post-it notes, and I can guaranteed it won’t be gathering dust on ... [Booksneeze] — The Right to Lead by John C. Maxwell

Denise's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/11 Cindie wrote: I enjoy reading John C. Maxwell's books and when the opportunity came about through BookSneeze to review this book for them I looked forward to doing so. It was a quick read as it has about 123 pages. I believe that it would make a wonderful gift for someone who is either in leadership or feels that ... review of the book, the Right to Lead

Cindie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/7 Kim Vander Poel wrote: Recently I was blessed the chance to read an encouraging and inspirational book by John C Maxwell. The Right to Lead, Learning Leadership through Character and Courage is a delightful, easy read that would make an excellent gift for anyone on your list. Mr. Maxwell prefaces the book by asking the question, ... The Right to Lead

Kim's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/7 Darren Wu wrote: What gives a person the right to lead? An advanced degree? Nope. Fancy title? No. In short, you can’t be given the right to lead – you’ve got to earn it. You can’t make other people follow you. You’ve got to make yourself the kind of person others want to follow. There are seven sections ... The Right To Lead By John Maxwell | Book Review

Darren's Rating:

4 Stars