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’s episode is the eighth and final of our series on push conversations, and we’re closing it out by talking about how our Strengths help us navigate relationships. Navigate in this instance refers to everything related to relationships. How you form them, how you nurture and tend to them, and maybe even how you end them if that’s what needed. Relationships, or the way we connect to other people, is such a vital topic that we saved the best for last.
On this episode of the podcast, I’m chatting again with Sara Schlipp-Reidel, our Senior Client Relations Manager and Business Development Lead here at Leadership Vision. Sara and I have worked together quite a bit over the past year, and have witnessed each other navigating all sorts of relationships; with our team, with clients, personal relationships, and the plethora of random individuals we encounter when traveling. We had a lot of examples to share. This episode is a little longer than usual, but if you listen to all of it, you’ll hear us process how we establish relationships and tend to the ones that are closest to us. We’ll also discuss how we try to use our Strengths to establish a connection to others, so we can move closer to a greater sense of knowing others and being known.
On the podcast, you’ll get to hear Sara and I wrestle with how our Strengths help us navigate the often eerie but inevitable waters of conflict. You’ll hear us grapple with the idea of relational capital and how it helps or hinders the conflict process. We’ll also talk about how to know when to engage in conflict, and what to do if we notice our Strengths harming rather than helping move through conflict. We also talk quite a bit about our gut reactions to conflict, what to do with those gut-feelings, and how to direct that response to be one rooted in Strength.
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Nathan and Steph talk about how their Strengths help them make decisions. This was a tough one for both of them, and you’ll hear how they wrestle with how their Strengths inform their decision-making abilities. Luckily, there is never a shortage of decisions to evaluate. Take a listen and then think about how your Strengths lend themselves to your decision making.
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Nathan and Steph are talking about how their Strengths make them productive. Productivity is such a buzzword right now, so just think of it as how your Strengths help you get work done. This is a fascinating conversation, one in which Nathan learned not only about how he might become more productive (since Steph is the most productive person he knows) but also about why Steph does things the way she does them.