Thanksgiving, of course, is a natural time to experience gratitude. Getting together with family, eating amazing food, and sharing the ways our lives have changed over the previous 365 days is a practice most people adhere to around the Holidays. Reflection is a powerful process that can remind you of the good things, and teach you something about the bad. Nathan asked a few members of our team to briefly share a few things they are grateful for this year. Below is a snapshot of their responses as they paused to reflect on our hectic and hurried lives. One thing we all realize is that we need more time for this type of reflection!
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Today we’re simulating what it’s like to be in the room for a Learning Community experience, hearing all of the observations and reactions. Brian walks us through how he connected the conversation with a particular participant, to the image he drew, how she responded, how her team reacted, and some of the big takeaways from that moment. He explains how he arrived at the picture and shares with us some examples of her Strengths in action.
Today on the show, Nathan talks with our President and CEO, Brian Schubring in Part II of our three-part series about the Learning Community event, a culminating Team experience that integrates a day of Strengths learning, 1 to 1 conversations, and thoughtful observations shared through a visual narrative. We capture how an individual’s Strengths are being used at that particular point in time, and share those insights in a unique way. Click below to listen!
On this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Nathan Freeburg and Brian Schubring talk about how the Leadership Vision Learning Community experience further embeds the language of Strengths within an organization. The Learning Community is a culminating Team experience that integrates Strengths learning, 1 to 1 conversations, and reflective observations shared through a visual narrative. Click below to listen to the episode, then click the links in the show notes for further examples.
The “millennial generation has grown up entirely in the digital age, so their lives have been well documented online, and are easier for us to dissect and criticize. Regardless of what you think about millennials, the fact of that matter is that shortly, they will dominate the American workforce and all of us would benefit greatly from understanding what motivates them.