2015 was a great year for Leadership Vision. We grew our team by three, took on several new clients, and launched an online offering of our core offering. A big theme we kept coming back to was team. Not only in the way we thought about and intentionally grew our own team, but the way we worked with other teams has changed as well. Teams are vitally important to any organization. Drilling into our google analytics, it was obvious that this is what our readers cared about as well. Keep reading to learn our five most searched and shared articles from 2015. All of them, in some way, reference Strengths work with teams.
The Thinking domain of Strength doesn’t only refer to individuals who are constantly working things out in their owns heads. Rather, people with these eight strengths are able to think into creative ways to solve problems, or devise a plan that may be an unusual take on the issue. Whether it’s thinking into a current problem, or dreaming about how to overcome tomorrow’s, the strategic thinking themes can take a thought or idea and look for the best way to move forward on it. Continue to read, and watch, as Brian explains the 8 themes of Strength in this domain.
Giving StrengthsFinder as a gift is a wonderful idea for families, friends, co-workers or anybody you care about who could benefit from knowing more about what makes them special. Below are a few ideas, some helpful tips, and how to go about giving this great gift.
Themes in the Influencing Domain of Strength help people reach a much broader audience. These people can sometimes be categorized as those who step up, speak up and take charge. They may be able to “sell” the big idea of a group or organization to others. Everyone will influence differently depending on their other Themes. This can happen internally within a single team, or to external constituents. Continue to read, and watch, as Aleasha explains the 8 themes of Strength in this domain.