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How influential are you?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's influence on this world is undeniable. Thankfully, his influence continues to reverberate into the first decades of the 21st century.

What made Dr. King so influential? Was it his position as a pastor? Was it his educational background? Was it because he was in the right place at the right time with the right message? Probably not. There were others who were saying similar things as Dr. King. Those certainly did help, however, what made him influential to so many people was his courage, confidence, his commitment to the cause of equality, his passion, his ability to empower others to fight for racial equality, and his trustworthiness as a leader.

Dr. King's influence is about his personhood, not his position.

It's the same with you. While you may not be in the category of leaders like Dr. King, but if you are a leader, you are influential. Leaders in any walk of life desire one thing - influence. Without it, you are a manager of a process or an organizer of people. Leaders move people. Leaders transform organizations. Leaders impact people's lives in a positive way leaving them better than when they first met the leader.

Leaders influence people by who they are and not necessarily by what they say or do.

What if you could measure your influence and maximize your impact as a leader?

You can.

A friend of mine, Dr. Karen Keller, has designed the Keller Influence Indicator, an online assessment designed to measure within you the seven traits successful influencers already use: confidence, commitment, courage, passion, empowering, trustworthiness, and likability.

Karen writes, "To become more influential you have to work from the inside out, focusing on each of these seven influence traits. Mastering these traits will naturally make you more influential and can change the course of your life.And the first step to creating that change is to start where influential leaders start — with self-knowledge. If you’re like most people, you likely cannot objectively measure these traits within yourself."

Contact me to assess the strength of your leadership influence through the Keller Influence Indicator, As a trained facilitator of this assessment, I will walk through the results of the assessment with you and discuss what steps you need to put in place to strengthen your influence.

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