Are you looking for that something that will help unite your leadership team? If so, John Maxwell’s brilliant and popular Leadership Game , Communication Game, Sales Game or Leadership Game for Teens might be the tool to ignite a spark in your team.
In just 90 minutes around a boardroom table, your team will have a fun, yet challenging experience. It is designed to help leaders uncover gaps and areas for improvement within their leadership teams, it helps organizations improve their leadership intelligence and increase their effectiveness.
“I had the privilege of playing the Leadership Game twice in the last year. Two things learned are that we are leaders in every aspect of life. Others are always watching. The other is that what others see in us may not be what we see. I felt inspired, encouraged and empowered to be more.”
-Nancy King, Senior Sales Director, Mary Kay Cosmetics
Playing this game with 6-12 of your most influential leaders will bring about positive change through communication and connection and introduce the timeless principles of the kind of leadership that creates great workplace culture and delivers impactful, positive results.
- Test your grasp of everyday values and practices.
- Engage in open discussions with your team in a relaxed setting.
- Discover ways to strengthen your team’s leadership abilities.
The Leadership Game
What is The Leadership Game?
The Leadership Game is a fun, interactive, and engaging board game that is an invaluable coaching tool. It is designed to help leaders uncover gaps and areas for improvement within their leadership teams. It assists organizations to improve their leadership intelligence and increase their effectiveness. Through the power of reflection and dialogue, team members understand core leadership principles, learn to embrace where they are on the leadership journey, and increase their ability to appreciate one another’s strengths – which is a winning edge for any team and organization!
How is The Leadership Game played?
You play The Leadership Game with 6-12 of your most influential leaders. Everyone gathers around a table and participates in a leadership exchange. Every question and discussion card is designed to trigger open, honest feedback. The game takes about 90 minutes to complete and is facilitated by a John Maxwell Team Certified Coach like myself.
At the end of play will bring about positive change through communication and connection and introduce the timeless principles of the kind of leadership that creates great work-place culture and delivers impactful, positive results.
The Leadership Game – Sales Edition
The Sales Edition of The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game is a great opportunity for sales professionals to gather around the table to learn and grow from one another. Using sales, communication and leadership principles from John Maxwell, a globally recognized leader, this game will challenge players to become more relational and less transactional in their approach to selling. You will come away from the table with a better understanding of how to connect with potential buyers and discover best practices to improve sales results.
The Communication Edition of The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game brings out communication and teamwork which are two of the greatest competitive advantages in the marketplace today. However, in most organizations, these two critical skills are highly undervalued and underdeveloped. In the Communication Edition of The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game, players will learn just how important communication is for effective leadership, productivity, and profitability.
The Leadership Game – For Teens
The John Maxwell Leadership Game for Youth and Teens is a great way to bring teenagers around the table to discover their potential for leadership as well as their ability to have trust and accountability with others. Everyone has the potential to be a great leader. This game will help youth tap into their desire and potential to lead. The Leadership Game is designed to be played with 6-12 youth.
“It is essential for leaders to raise their leadership lids. Why … because everything rises and falls on leadership.”
John C. Maxwell
Please email or call to discuss how I can facilitate any of the Maxwell Leadership Games. I’m happy to answer any questions you might have.
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