Today on the podcast, we’re doing something a little different. This is a mini-episode where we give you one Strengths-Based question to ponder over the week ahead. It’s something new we’re experimenting with so leave us some feedback and tell us what you think. The idea is to present one Strengths-Based question or challenge and see what you do with that in the next week. We want these mini-episodes to be very practical and give you one thing to focus on as you practice developing your awareness of how your Themes of Strength operate. Listen now to hear this week’s question!
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Today on the podcast, Brian Schubring and I are talking about the Influencing Domain of Strength. More specifically, how to understand the people who have some or all of their five Themes in the influencing Domain. Domains organize the 34 Themes of Strength into four major categories, which are Thinking, Relating, Executing, and what we’ll be talking about in this episode, Influencing.
Today on the podcast, Brian Schubring and I are going to be talking about the four things StrengthsFinder results cannot tell us. Strengths tell us a lot about what a person brings to any situation. It can tell us how they will show up in a relationship and what their potential capacity is for whatever the job might be. However, at Leadership Vision, we are learning more and more about the things Strengths CANNOT tell us about a person. Listen now!
Welcome to the next installment of the Leadership Vision Podcast, where we share our expertise in the discovery, practice, and implementation of StrengthsFinder. Creating and sustaining a strong internal culture is one of the best things you can do to help your organization grow. Having team members and employees who are engaged at a high level […]
Today on the podcast, our President, Brian Schubring, and I are talking about our values here at Leadership Vision. Values help guide the actions and decisions of an organization. When you take time to name them and write them down, you help define your core beliefs and set a direction towards what is most important. It’s something that can help your team unite around ideals and deal with conflict more positively.