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Leadership: A Person of Influence Navigates For Others – How and Why?

Does Navigating For Others Truly Help Them Out?

John C. Maxwell – Navigating For Others

In John Maxwell’s book, “Becoming a Person of Influence“, he speaks of Navigating for others.  He explains examples of how to do this. Actually, he gives an inspiring example of thinking of others (and not focusing so much on oneself).

In John Maxwell’s example, he helps relieve the tension of people who are waiting to board a flight. They’ve been delayed by the flight crew, and are still sitting in the airport in a “hold” mode.  John comes along & cheers everyone up. He does so simply by introducing himself enthusiastically and buying a round of cokes for everyone.

He doesn’t stop there, though.  He continues to be inspirational, even after on board.

Tip:   Be willing to delve deep into the psyches of others

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Impact Other People Positively: Be an Empath

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Have you ever put some time into analyzing what you can do to inspire, and help others when they’re in a challenging, or frustrating situation?

We’re all human, and there are any number of frustrating situations where you can extend a helping hand.

Of course, sometimes it is not appropriate – in cases where it’s far better to allow the individual to struggle, and be “challenged” so that he/she can grow from experience. *You’ll have to judge when it’s appropriate, and when it’s not.

In being a good leader, you need to uncover what makes a person passionate.  When you discover people’s passions and potential, you’ll be better able to see where they want to go in Life – i.e., what their goals are.

As a good leader, it’s worthwhile to take the time to get to know the person.  Be patient in order to discover their attributes, and their “weak spots”.  A person may say to you, “I want to be a doctor.”  Yet this person may not have truly thought things through.

Perhaps the individual says he wants to be a surgeon, yet can’t stand the sight of blood. Or maybe he does not possess good people skills (bedside manner).  It is up to you, then, to make observations & provide feedback – to help this person realize who he truly is – i.e., his strengths & weaknesses.

How They Need To Grow:  People Need To Grow Into Their Goals

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How to process “stuff”. Organizing and implementing the David Allen “Getting Things Done” method — PDF

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You need to remember that people have to grow into their goals.  It takes a bit of time, but with the proper training (& you as their patient leader)  they’ll reach their end goal. Provide a way for them to reach the goal, via small steps – 1 step at a time.

Lay out a plan – help them reach small,attainable goals each week – in this way, they will gain confidence.  When they see what’s been achieved each week, they’ll be encouraged and will “gain momentum” to keep on going!

Assessing Your Employee’s Personality – Determine The Person’s Passions

  1. What Do They Cry About?
  2. What Do They Sing About?
  3. What Do They Dream About?

As explained in the book, “Becoming A Person of Influence” by John Maxwell, it is necessary to look at these 3 things.  With the first one, “What Do They Cry About”, you are assessing what touches the person’s heart. For when you know what the person you’re mentoring cares about, you’ll know in what direction (goals) he or she should head.

In respect to #2,  What Do They Sing About, Frank Fletcher observed, “No man can deliver the goods if his heart is heavier than his load.” *There is a difference between the things which touch people’s hearts & the things that weight them down.

Over the long haul, people ought to focus on what gives them the most joy.  They’ll be more productive that way, and they’ll be happier.

Thirdly, as to  What Do People Dream About — this is an important one.  Napolean Hill once said, “Cherish your visions, and your dreams, as if they are children.” Therefore, if you can help people discover their dreams, and are willing to show you believe in them, you can aid these persons in fulfilling their destinies – to become who they were meant to be. – Ideas Taken from Becoming a Person of Influence

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Does Navigating For Others Truly Help Them Out?

John C. Maxwell – Navigating For Others

In John Maxwell’s book, “Becoming a Person of Influence“, he speaks of Navigating for others.  He explains examples of how to do this. Actually, he gives an inspiring example of thinking of others (and not focusing so much on oneself).

In John Maxwell’s example, he helps relieve the tension of people who are waiting to board a flight. They’ve been delayed by the flight crew, and are still sitting in the airport in a “hold” mode.  John comes along & cheers everyone up. He does so simply by introducing himself enthusiastically and buying a round of cokes for everyone.

He doesn’t stop there, though.  He continues to be inspirational, even after on board.

Tip:   Be willing to delve deep into the psyches of others

Becoming-A-Person-of-Influence-978-0785288398-John-maxwell-paperback-book

Impact Other People Positively: Be an Empath

**********************************************************************************

Have you ever put some time into analyzing what you can do to inspire, and help others when they’re in a challenging, or frustrating situation?

We’re all human, and there are any number of frustrating situations where you can extend a helping hand.

Of course, sometimes it is not appropriate – in cases where it’s far better to allow the individual to struggle, and be “challenged” so that he/she can grow from experience. *You’ll have to judge when it’s appropriate, and when it’s not.

In being a good leader, you need to uncover what makes a person passionate.  When you discover people’s passions and potential, you’ll be better able to see where they want to go in Life – i.e., what their goals are.

As a good leader, it’s worthwhile to take the time to get to know the person.  Be patient in order to discover their attributes, and their “weak spots”.  A person may say to you, “I want to be a doctor.”  Yet this person may not have truly thought things through.

Perhaps the individual says he wants to be a surgeon, yet can’t stand the sight of blood. Or maybe he does not possess good people skills (bedside manner).  It is up to you, then, to make observations & provide feedback – to help this person realize who he truly is – i.e., his strengths & weaknesses.

How They Need To Grow:  People Need To Grow Into Their Goals

workflow_diagram

How to process “stuff”. Organizing and implementing the David Allen “Getting Things Done” method (gtd.) Taken from the DA website at Gettingthingsdone.com/pdfs/implementation_guide-sample.pdf.

Author:jchinique

You need to remember that people have to grow into their goals.  It takes a bit of time, but with the proper training (& you as their patient leader)  they’ll reach their end goal. Provide a way for them to reach the goal, via small steps – 1 step at a time.

Lay out a plan – help them reach small,attainable goals each week – in this way, they will gain confidence.  When they see what’s been achieved each week, they’ll be encouraged and will “gain momentum” to keep on going!

Assessing Your Employee’s Personality – Determine The Person’s Passions

  1. What Do They Cry About?
  2. What Do They Sing About?
  3. What Do They Dream About?

As explained in the book, “Becoming A Person of Influence” by John Maxwell, it is necessary to look at these 3 things.  With the first one, “What Do They Cry About”, you are assessing what touches the person’s heart. For when you know what the person you’re mentoring cares about, you’ll know in what direction (goals) he or she should head.

In respect to #2,  What Do They Sing About, Frank Fletcher observed, “No man can deliver the goods if his heart is heavier than his load.” *There is a difference between the things which touch people’s hearts & the things that weight them down.

Over the long haul, people ought to focus on what gives them the most joy.  They’ll be more productive that way, and they’ll be happier.

Thirdly, as to  What Do People Dream About — this is an important one.  Napolean Hill once said, “Cherish your visions, and your dreams, as if they are children.” Therefore, if you can help people discover their dreams, and are willing to show you believe in them, you can aid these persons in fulfilling their destinies – to become who they were meant to be. – Ideas Taken from Becoming a Person of Influence

Further Reading:  How Do You Change your Life

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Does Navigating For Others Truly Help Them Out?

John C. Maxwell – Navigating For Others

In John Maxwell’s book, “Becoming a Person of Influence“, he speaks of Navigating for others.  He explains examples of how to do this. Actually, he gives an inspiring example of thinking of others (and not focusing so much on oneself).

In John Maxwell’s example, he helps relieve the tension of people who are waiting to board a flight. They’ve been delayed by the flight crew, and are still sitting in the airport in a “hold” mode.  John comes along & cheers everyone up. He does so simply by introducing himself enthusiastically and buying a round of cokes for everyone.

He doesn’t stop there, though.  He continues to be inspirational, even after on board.

Tip:   Be willing to delve deep into the psyches of others

Becoming-A-Person-of-Influence-978-0785288398-John-maxwell-paperback-book

Impact Other People Positively: Be an Empath

**********************************************************************************

Have you ever put some time into analyzing what you can do to inspire, and help others when they’re in a challenging, or frustrating situation?

We’re all human, and there are any number of frustrating situations where you can extend a helping hand.

Of course, sometimes it is not appropriate – in cases where it’s far better to allow the individual to struggle, and be “challenged” so that he/she can grow from experience. *You’ll have to judge when it’s appropriate, and when it’s not.

In being a good leader, you need to uncover what makes a person passionate.  When you discover people’s passions and potential, you’ll be better able to see where they want to go in Life – i.e., what their goals are.

As a good leader, it’s worthwhile to take the time to get to know the person.  Be patient in order to discover their attributes, and their “weak spots”.  A person may say to you, “I want to be a doctor.”  Yet this person may not have truly thought things through.

Perhaps the individual says he wants to be a surgeon, yet can’t stand the sight of blood. Or maybe he does not possess good people skills (bedside manner).  It is up to you, then, to make observations & provide feedback – to help this person realize who he truly is – i.e., his strengths & weaknesses.

How They Need To Grow:  People Need To Grow Into Their Goals

workflow_diagram

How to process “stuff”. Organizing and implementing the David Allen “Getting Things Done” method (gtd.) Taken from the DA website at http://www.davidco.com/interactive-samplelanding.

Author:jchinique

You need to remember that people have to grow into their goals.  It takes a bit of time, but with the proper training (& you as their patient leader)  they’ll reach their end goal. Provide a way for them to reach the goal, via small steps – 1 step at a time.

Lay out a plan – help them reach small,attainable goals each week – in this way, they will gain confidence.  When they see what’s been achieved each week, they’ll be encouraged and will “gain momentum” to keep on going!

Assessing Your Employee’s Personality – Determine The Person’s Passions

  1. What Do They Cry About?
  2. What Do They Sing About?
  3. What Do They Dream About?

As explained in the book, “Becoming A Person of Influence” by John Maxwell, it is necessary to look at these 3 things.  With the first one, “What Do They Cry About”, you are assessing what touches the person’s heart. For when you know what the person you’re mentoring cares about, you’ll know in what direction (goals) he or she should head.

In respect to #2,  What Do They Sing About, Frank Fletcher observed, “No man can deliver the goods if his heart is heavier than his load.” *There is a difference between the things which touch people’s hearts & the things that weight them down.

Over the long haul, people ought to focus on what gives them the most joy.  They’ll be more productive that way, and they’ll be happier.

Thirdly, as to  What Do People Dream About — this is an important one.  Napolean Hill once said, “Cherish your visions, and your dreams, as if they are children.” Therefore, if you can help people discover their dreams, and are willing to show you believe in them, you can aid these persons in fulfilling their destinies – to become who they were meant to be. – Ideas Taken from Becoming a Person of Influence

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