“Next Generation Leader- Five Essentials Fro Those Who Shape The Future by Andy Stanley” Notes…
Pg.11- Leadership Principals that are ESSENTIAL for Next Generation Leaders:
Pg.17- The less you do, the more you accomplish. The less you do, the more you enable other to accomplish.
Pg.19- Only do what you can do.
Pg.21-Identify the areas in which you are most likely to add unique value to your organization–something no one else can match- the leverage that to the max.
Pg.22- Don’t strive to be a well- rounded leader. Instead, discover your zone and stay there. Then delegate everything else.
Pg.22- There is no need to become an expert in, or even to understand, every component of your organization.
Pg.23- There are things you are responsible for that you should keep your nose out of.
Pg.27- Great leaders work through other leaders who work through others.
Pg.28- Delegation means growth, both for individuals and for organizations.
Pg.35- 80% of productivity comes from 20% of time spent.
Core Competency Questions:
What do you do that is most effortless from your perspective but may seem like a daunting task to others?
In what arenas do people consider you the “go to” person?
What do you enjoy most about your current job?
What do you wish you could delegate?
What do you do that elicits the most praise and recognition from others?
What environments do you look forward to working in?
What environments do you avoid?
What kind of advice do people seek from you?
If you could focus more of your time and attention on one or two aspects of your job, what would it be?
Pg.44- Delegating is perhaps the single most powerful high-leveraging activity there is. There are people who love what you hate.