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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At Leadership Vision, we implore our clients that no matter what their title, they can lead. We believe leadership is about influence, and everyone has influence. What does that mean for followers? Today, Joseph shares how you can you use your Strengths to be a better follower where you are.
We often like to talk about our StrengthsFinder themes in the best possible situation. Strengths exist when you’re at your best. Anything short of that isn’t a Strength, but a Theme. Yet life isn’t that easy. Today, Carrie shares three things she has learned about Strengths as she has examined them in the “real world.”
Sometimes, as we enter into conversations about StrengthsFinder™ we find people either love it or don’t. This could be a result of simply not understanding the tool or a dislike of assessments in general. Today, Bethany shares three of the most common objections we get and presents the Leadership Vision approach to helping others understand the benefits of Strengths-based work.
Is StrengthsFinder Beneficial for ‘Younger’ People? At what age can you begin to reap the benefits of the language of Strengths? Steph explains her recent experience with a group of high school students, shares some of her concerns before taking them through StrengthsFinder, and shares what she learned. In short, yes, it’s very beneficial. Keep reading to learn why.