Top Leadership Books by John C. Maxwell

5. Developing the Leaders Around You

His teachings place a strong emphasis on helping to develop other leaders as well as oneself. Great CEOs, executives, and managers are aware of the value of mentoring and the advantages of creating new leaders at all organizational levels. You create more leaders when you choose employees who share your values, invest in their training and development, provide an example of leadership, and keep improving as a leader. Successful individuals are trusted to help make decisions, solve problems, accomplish significant goals, and take on allocated jobs when they are trained to be leaders. Gaining more prosperity, freedom, and joy in life requires developing more leaders on all levels.