3 Ways to Become a More Influential Leader Webinar
The one rule that really matters: how to find your passion and vision!
Hi. I’m Dr. Kim Moore, and I’m excited about showing you how to become an influential leader!
I’m a coach, speaker and trainer with The John Maxwell Team, and I’ve led all five generations of employees in the workforce. From the Traditionalists to Generation Z, also known as the iGen, and wow, can I tell you some leadership stories!
||May 20, 2017
||9:00-10:00 AM EDT
||3 Ways to Become a More Influential Leader
||The one rule that really matters: how to find your passion and vision!
||Click here to register.
Watching TED Talks is one my favorite pastimes. I especially enjoy watching the 25 most popular talks of all time.
Recently, I watched a TED Talk by Simon Sinek, one of my favorite authors, and number three on the popular talks list. In his TED Talk, Sinek explains one simple principle used by great leaders inspire to action by others.
As part of my dissertation, I wrote “Acknowledgments” to recognize and thank those who supported me during my journey to earn a terminal degree.
Nuclear submarine USS Greeneville (SSN-772) in drydock at Pearl Harbor on February 21, 2001
While sitting in my office contemplating what I was going to write, my mind wandered back to my childhood. I thought about my parents and their impact on my life.
In my role as a High School Principal, I am keenly aware of the importance of legacy. Our school is a symbol of pride, excellence, determination, and commitment. As the Principal, I am responsible for honoring and moving our legacy forward.
I have an opportunity to speak with parents frequently. Parents desire their children to be accomplished and successful. While they never use the term “legacy”, it is an ideal woven into every conversation.
When I began writing the acknowledgment page for my dissertation, I found myself reflecting on one of my favorite quotes. Mahatma Gandhi said, “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”
As I wrote my acknowledgments, I asked myself if I was creating a legacy for my grandchildren? So you might ask, why is leaving a legacy important?
Discover the Purpose for Which You Were Made, by John C. Maxwell
~ Adapted from John C. Maxwell’s new book Intentional Living
I’m convinced that most people want to live a life of purpose.
The vast popularity of Rick Warren’s book The Purpose-Drive Life was in part based on this desire, which became evident when millions of people bought the book.