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Author: Mack Story

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Leadership development for everyone in the blue collar workforce, those who support them, and those who lead them. Leadership is influence. Influence is built daily, not in a day.

There are two types of influence: 1) Artificial influence which comes with a title, position, or rank and is reserved for those who have formal authority over others; and 2) Authentic influence which is based on a person's character and the relationships they build, and it's available to anyone with or without a position of authority because it's based on moral authority (who you are and how you do what you do).
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Blue-Collar Leadership & Supervision: Unleash Your Team's Potential (Part 21 of 30)Abundance Allows You to AccelerateBe a river, not a reservoir. Let the good things flow through you and into others.Managers (low impact leaders) want to be needed and hoard knowledge. High impact leaders want to be succeeded and share knowledge.As Thomas Jefferson said, " A candle loses nothing when it lights another candle."
Blue-Collar Leadership & Supervision: Unleash Your Team's Potential (Part 20 of 30)Motivation is NEVER enough! Motivation comes from the outside, but inspiration comes from the inside.In this episode, Mack will help you understand the difference between motivation and inspiration.Andy Stanley said it best, " Every once in a while I will hear someone in leadership complain about the performance or competency of the people around him...We must never forget that the people who follow us are exactly where we have led them."Unmotivated leaders will never motivate their teams to perform at a high level. But, they may motivate them to find a new job.
 Blue-Collar Leadership & Supervision: Unleash Your Team's Potential (Part 19 of 30) How high will you climb? Are you developing yourself with the intention of developing others? Mark Miller said it well, "Your capacity to grow determines your capacity to lead."In this episode, Mack will discuss how insecurity leads to management of people. How great leaders are secure but unwilling to develop themselves beyond what is required. And, he'll help you understand that great leaders make it to the top successfully, but high impact leaders are more significant because they go back down the mountain and help others climb to the top.Mack will also share 5 Signs that You're Truly Successful and 5 Signs that You're Truly Significant which is based on content from his book, 10 Values of High Impact Leaders.
Blue-Collar Leadership & Supervision: Unleash Your Team's Potential (Part 18 of 30)7 Reasons to Ask Your Team Questions: Leading with QuestionsThe best leaders always ask the most questions.In this episode, Mack will help you learn how to unleash your team's potential by asking them questions. When you ask a question, you're actually transferring influence (leadership) to the other person. If you want to engage your team and increase buy-in, there's no quicker way than asking them thought-provoking questions.
Blue-Collar Leadership & Supervision: Unleash Your Team's Potential (Part 17 of 30)John C. Maxwell had this to say, "Leaders who navigate do even more than control the direction in which they and their people travel. They see the whole trip in their minds before they leave the dock. They have a vision for their destination, they understand what it will take to get there, they know who they'll need on the team to be successful, and they recognize the obstacles long before they appear on the horizon."Leaders intentionally remove obstacles which also builds trust and strengthens relationships. If you're a high impact leader, removing obstacles is not your job. It's your responsibility. Will you help your team help you?
Blue-Collar Leadership & Supervision: Unleash Your Team's Potential (Part 16 of 30)In this episode, Mack discusses Capt. Michael Abrashoff who took over the worst missile destroyer in the Navy. In just two short years, he took the crew and their ship from worst to first.Living intentionally leads to amazing results. Living accidentally leads to depressing disappointments. A better tomorrow doesn't just happen. You must become intentional and make it happen.High impact leaders don't hope things happen. They make things happen. Low impact leaders (managers of people) hope things will happen.
Blue-Collar Leadership & Supervision: Unleash Your Team's Potential (Part 15 of 30) The mirror and the window are tools used by both high impact and low impact leaders (managers of people), although they use them in completely opposite ways. As Arnold Glasow stated so well, "A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit."Leaders who take more than their share of the blame and less than their share of the credit will easily build trust and earn respect.  Leaders who take more than their share of the credit and less than their share of the blame will quickly create distrust trust and lose respect.
In this three part interview, Mack introduces you to someone he met in 2013 while at an electrical construction company conducting leadership development and personal growth training. Jason Denam was in one of Mack's first sessions. Jason was alert, attentive, and hungry. He bought-in to the principles Mack was sharing and immediately began transforming his life. His results are truly amazing!Jason has achieved tremendous results. From 2013 to 2014, he doubled his income. From 2013 to 2019, he has more than tripled his income and continues to climb the pay scale and the corporate ladder. He's attained higher and higher level leadership positions and continues to not only grow himself, but also enjoys growing and developing others on this team as he strives to unleash their potential.Much like Mack did in 2008, when Jason was introduced to leadership principles in 2013, he launched like a rocket and continues to soar while encouraging others to do the same. If Jason's story motivates and inspires you, he would love to hear from you. Please contact Jason Denam at JasonDenam@gmail.comMake it happen or someone else will. It might as well be YOU!
In this three part interview, Mack introduces you to someone he met in 2013 while at an electrical construction company conducting leadership development and personal growth training. Jason Denam was in one of Mack's first sessions. Jason was alert, attentive, and hungry. He bought-in to the principles Mack was sharing and immediately began transforming his life. His results are truly amazing!Jason has achieved tremendous results. From 2013 to 2014, he doubled his income. From 2013 to 2019, he has more than tripled his income and continues to climb the pay scale and the corporate ladder. He's attained higher and higher level leadership positions and continues to not only grow himself, but also enjoys growing and developing others on this team as he strives to unleash their potential.Much like Mack did in 2008, when Jason was introduced to leadership principles in 2013, he launched like a rocket and continues to soar while encouraging others to do the same. If Jason's story motivates and inspires you, he would love to hear from you. Please contact Jason Denam at JasonDenam@gmail.comMake it happen or someone else will. It might as well be YOU!
In this three part interview, Mack introduces you to someone he met in 2013 while at an electrical construction company conducting leadership development and personal growth training. Jason Denam was in one of Mack's first sessions. Jason was alert, attentive, and hungry. He bought-in to the principles Mack was sharing and immediately began transforming his life. His results are truly amazing!Jason has achieved tremendous results. From 2013 to 2014, he doubled his income. From 2013 to 2019, he has more than tripled his income and continues to climb the pay scale and the corporate ladder. He's attained higher and higher level leadership positions and continues to not only grow himself, but also enjoys growing and developing others on this team as he strives to unleash their potential.Much like Mack did in 2008, when Jason was introduced to leadership principles in 2013, he launched like a rocket and continues to soar while encouraging others to do the same. If Jason's story motivates and inspires you, he would love to hear from you. Please contact Jason Denam at JasonDenam@gmail.comMake it happen or someone else will. It might as well be YOU!
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