Table of contents for The 360-degree leader : developing your influence from anywhere in the organization / John C. Maxwell.

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Contents
Preface
Section I 	The Myths of Leading from the Middle of an Organization
	Myth #1	 The Position Myth: ?I can?t lead if I am not at the top.?
	Myth #2	The Destination Myth: ?When I get to the top, then I?ll learn to lead.?
	Myth #3	The Influence Myth: ?If I were on top, then people would follow me.?
	Myth #4	The Inexperience Myth: ?When I get to the top, I?ll be in control.?
	Myth #5	The Freedom Myth: ?When I get to the top, I?ll no longer be limited.?	
	Myth #6	The Potential Myth: ?I can?t reach my potential if I?m not the top leader.?
	Myth #7	The All-or-Nothing Myth: ?If I can?t get to the top, then I won?t try to lead.? 
	Section I Review
Section II	The Challenges 360-Degree Leaders Face
	Challenge #1	The Tension Challenge: The Pressure of Being Caught in the Middle
	Challenge #2	The Frustration Challenge: Following an Ineffective Leader
	Challenge #3	The Multi-Hat Challenge: One Head . . . Many Hats
	Challenge #4	The Ego Challenge: You're Often Hidden in the Middle
	Challenge #5	The Fulfillment Challenge: Leaders Like the Front More than the Middle
	Challenge #6	The Vision Challenge: Championing the Vision Is More Difficult When You Didn?t Create It
	Challenge #7	The Influence Challenge: Leading Others Beyond Your Position Is Not Easy
 Section II Review
 
Section III	The Principles 360-Degree Leaders Practice to Lead Up
	Lead-Up Principle #1	 Lead Yourself Exceptionally Well
	Lead-Up Principle #2	Lighten Your Leader's Load
	Lead-Up Principle #3	Be Willing to Do What Others Won't
	Lead-Up Principle #4	Do More than Manage?Lead!
	Lead-Up Principle #5	Invest in Relational Chemistry
	Lead-Up Principle #6	Be Prepared Every Time You Take Your Leader's Time
	Lead-Up Principle #7	Know When to Push and When to Back Off
	Lead-Up Principle #8	Become a Go-To Player
	Lead-Up Principle #9	Be Better Tomorrow than You Are Today 
	Section III Review
Section IV	The Principles 360-Degree Leaders Practice to Lead Across
	Lead-Across Principle #1	Understand, Practice, and Complete the Leadership Loop
	Lead-Across Principle #2	 Put Completing Fellow Leaders Ahead of Competing with Them
	Lead-Across Principle #3	 Be a Friend
	Lead-Across Principle #4	 Avoid Office Politics
	Lead-Across Principle #5	 Expand Your Circle of Acquaintances
	Lead-Across Principle #6	 Let the Best Idea Win
	Lead-Across Principle #7	 Don?t Pretend You?re Perfect
	Section IV Review
Section V	The Principles 360-Degree Leaders Practice to Lead Down
	Lead-Down Principle #1	 Walk Slowly Through the Halls
	Lead-Down Principle #2	 See Everyone As a ?10?
	Lead-Down Principle #3	 Develop Each Team Member as a Person
	Lead-Down Principle #4	 Place People in Their Strength Zones
	Lead-Down Principle #5	 Model the Behavior You Desire
	Lead-Down Principle #6	 Transfer the Vision
	Lead-Down Principle #7	 Reward for Results
 Section V Review
 
Section VI	The Value of 360-Degee Leaders
	Value #1:	 A Leadership Team Is More Effective than Just One Leader
	Value #2	 Leaders Are Needed at Every Level of the Organization
	Value #3	 Leading Successfully at One Level Is a Qualifier for Leading at the Next Level
Value #4	 Good Leaders in the Middle Make Better Leaders at the Top
Value #5	 360-Degree Leaders Possess Qualities Every Organization Needs
Section VI Review
Special Section	Create an Environment That Unleashes 360-Degree
 Leaders
 
Endnotes
About the Author
Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Leadership.
Organization.
Executive ability.