Within every client engagement, we apply Strengths to People, on Teams and within Culture.
Knowing our Strengths is just the beginning.
The uniqueness of People is discovered through the ongoing exploration of talents. It is our objective to shape a Culture that intentionally aligns People around a Strengths philosophy. We believe that ultimately it is within a Team where People gain insight into others while sharpening their own Strengths’ potential, capacity and influence.
At Leadership Vision, we adapt and respond to the needs of our clients by delivering customized Strengths engagements.
Our Core Process is designed to take clients beyond an initial StrengthsFinder experience to create a deeper understanding of the unique behaviors of Strength that exist within themselves and others.
Our suite of Professional Services anchor a Strengths based approach to the changing dynamics within any organization. We collaborate with our clients to design and deliver a sustainable implementation strategy which meets the needs of their People, Teams, and Culture.
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Today on the podcast, Brian Schubring and I are talking about why we spend so much time focused on teams. We unpack five things that are incredibly important to team health. It’s our why; why we do this work. When we work with groups, we help them move through normal dynamics and functions that every team experiences. We also want teams to put into practice some lessons that we’ve learned on how teams function well together.
There’s something here that you might be able to take back to your team right away and try to implement.
Welcome to the next installment of the Leadership Vision Podcast where we share our expertise in the discovery, practice, and implementation of CliftonStrengths.
On this episode of the podcast, I talk about parenting and Strengths with Logan Joyce, one of our consultants and Director of Business Development. This episode is about how we have seen our Strengths show up, change, and display themselves since we’ve become parents. There are more significant lessons here, too, that we apply to individuals and teams that in many ways have nothing to do with kids. Logan and I discuss how the concepts of empathy, patience, and curiosity – the trifecta of necessary parenting skills – are often missing in the workplace. We also ideate a bit about what it might be like if we brought those things back.
Listen now as Logan and I share some of the lessons we’ve learned, and continue to learn, about how our wonderful children have shaped our Strengths.
It’s Thanksgiving week in the United States, and so we’re taking a little break from talking about the implementation and practice of Strengths. Instead, I’ve asked our team to briefly reflect on their year and share a few things they are grateful for in 2018. They each wrote something and then recorded it on whatever recording device they could find. Reflection is a powerful process that reminds us of the good things and teaches us something about the bad. Best selling author Melody Beattie says that “Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.”
On this episode of the podcast, we share a snapshot of what our team is grateful for in 2018. As we pause to reflect on our hectic and hurried lives, you’ll hear some of the complexity and diversity that exists on our team. We also share our written thoughts in the blog.
On this episode of the podcast, you’ll hear a conversation between Sara and Nathan as they travel to and from a client engagement. In the first part of the show, Sara and I talk about our work with the client and share a few points of learning we hoped to have with them. In the second half of the episode, on the way back to the airport, you’ll hear them reflect on lessons learned from the group; things they were surprised by, and things that went pretty much as expected. They also share some personal and professional takeaways. There were some tremendous moments of learning, not just from the client, but for our team as well. No matter where you’re at on your Strengths journey there are some helpful insights you can take back to your team, to your organization, or maybe just implement in your own life.