How to get members of your organization more involved and inspired

Highly engaged and inspired members is critical to the success of a student organization. Have you ever wished more people showed up for your events? Do you find yourself wondering why more people aren’t volunteering to work on projects?

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That is exactly what we talk about with my guest Jeremy Kingsley, in this episode of the Ninja Leaders Podcast. This guy delivers real practical advice for student leaders on how they can inspire others to produce results.


Jeremy Kingsley is a professional speaker, best-selling author, and the President of OneLife Leadership. Since 1995 he has spoken to over 500,000 people at live events around the world. He is the author of four books, his latest: Inspired People Produce Results – (McGraw Hill 2013) can be ordered now. Jeremy lives in Columbia, South Carolina with his wife and two sons.

Success Quote

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams 

Key Take-aways

A sense of purpose is vital to the success of an organization or team.

Passion is an essential part of being a leader and thriving in your work.

Learn to communicate your passions.

How to get more involved members

The number one issue leaders struggle with is communication, learn how to clear communicate.

Learn key practices that will help you become a better communicator and more inspired leader.

A leader with integrity knows the right thing, says the right thing, and does the right thing even when it is inconvenient. Tweet This

Episode Resources

Website: Jeremy Kingsley

Sample Chapter of Inspired People Produce Results

Twitter: @Jeremy_Kingsley

Facebook: JeremyKingsley

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