Increase your Team's Potential with The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game

I recently level-up as Independent Executive Director of The John Maxwell Team. What got me into it is my desire to improve my personal capacity and those I interact with through webinars, talks, classes, consultation, among others.

One of the best ways to engage people to talk, learn, and gain insights on leadership is The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game.

It is a two hour game that allows 6 to 12 people interact on this topic with the game cards as guide.

Although I have used the game as well to foster rapport building for larger groups.

I am enjoying the game a lot for the following reasons:
  1. It is a useful team building exercise before the start of a long technical discussion. It warms everybody up. 
  2. Interesting exchange about their views on leadership and of the organization. For client projects, this allows me to get to know them better.
  3. The awarding of gold and peer cards is a simple and meaningful way of appreciating co-workers or co-leaders.
  4. I am learning a lot from the experiences shared by participants. The game brings out the truth where all of us are leaders.  

The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game has 4 variations:

The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game at Calle Uno
Baguio last March 6, 2018 facilitated by Janette Toral
1. Adult.

The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game is a comprehensive game based on the teachings of John C. Maxwell. The game helps organizations improve their leadership intelligence and increase their effectiveness. Why? “Because everything rises and falls on leadership,” says Maxwell. These leadership principles carry consequences with them. Apply the laws in your organization and people will follow you. Violate and ignore them, and you will not be able to lead others. But there’s news: every one of the laws can be learned.”

Through the game you will be able to:

  • Test your grasp of everyday leadership values and practices.
  • Engage in open discussion with your team in relaxed setting.
  • Discover ways to strengthen your team's leadership abilities.

2. Teens and Young Adults

Have you noticed how much teenagers lead on a daily basis? Whether they are navigating their way through middle and high school, joining student organizations or sports, organizing social activities, or negotiating with their parents for a later curfew, when it comes to being a teenager, leadership is a matter of life.

The challenge is teens they don't always get to express their natural leadership abilities and those that do, don't always have good examples to follow so they can grow and develop.

The Leadership Game for Teens is a fun, yet challenging experience for aspiring leaders. Designed to help teens better understand core leadership principles and values in a fun and engaging setting.

Young people will discover what it means to be a leader, how to have better relationships with their family, teachers, friends, and others, and how to recognize opportunities to add value to people.

3. Sales Edition

The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game Sales Edition is a comprehensive game based on the teachings of John C. Maxwell. Selling requires influence. From sales professionals to business owners to corporate managers and executives, everyone benefits from influencing others towards a desired goal. The Sales Edition of The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game will engage players in learning how to apply essential sales principles such as rapport, trust, credibility, buy-in, and persuasion.

4. Communication Edition

The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game Communication Edition is a comprehensive game based on the teachings of John C. Maxwell. Communication is the language of leadership. Communication and teamwork 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, participants will learn how important communication is for effective leadership, productivity, and profitability.

Are you interested to play?

I look forward facilitating Leadership Game events and activities. Should you be interested about it, let's connect.

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