We use StrengthsFinder™ to build strong people, teams and culture.
We take a behavior based approach to the understanding and application of StrengthsFinder™ that is…
We provide relational and intentional strategies that are educational, experiential, and personal to promote a strengths based culture.
We strive to provide a behavior based understanding of individuals, a clarity to team dynamics, and the necessary resources to sustain a strengths based organizational culture.
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One of the best parts of my career so far has been having fantastic managers who helped steer me. I have also had a few ‘interesting’ managers who I try and do the opposite of when I manage others. One of the managers who left an indelible impact on me was Dr. Greg Bourgond. Greg […]
Since joining Leadership Vision, Bethany has been doing her best to leverage all of her “firsts”. It is important to maximize your first year in a new role by assuming a learning posture. This means positioning your heart and mind in an “arms wide open” way, receiving each moment with impartiality, generosity, and curiosity. Keep reading to learn more about how this is done.
As leaders, sometimes we get on a stage with a bunch of rock stars and we have to take turns, leading, and shining. The Strengths movement has been great at helping us understand when it’s our turn to be up front, and when it’s our turn to be the “back-up” singer. Read more as Linda poses a great question for teams to consider about this.
The mere whisper of the word feedback from a colleague, friend, client or boss can make us wince in anticipatory fear, and plummet our thoughts into the abyss of failure. It doesn’t have to be that way, especially when we utilize the language of Strengths. Aleasha explains how having a deep and honest understanding of our own Strengths, can profoundly impact our relationship with feedback.