Life is so much better when we look at areas we excel in and stop looking at the areas we wish we could excel in. It took Steph a while to realize this, but once she did, she was more content than she could imagine. Read today’s post to learn more about her journey as she begins her time with Leadership Vision.
Halfway through 2015, our team had a meeting to evaluate our goals. Halfway through the meeting, it became clear we needed additional help on our team. We then began the evaluation of what additional layers of support needed to be added. Read as we introduce our two newest team members, and hear a bit about what they will be doing.
As we think about our Strengths, it is important to set goals to measure the areas we hope to grow and improve. If we don’t focus on a few areas for positive, generative change, we stagnate, and keep doing things the way we’ve always done them. Goals give you purpose, and a motivation for whatever it is you’re doing. Here are a few simple tips to help you set meaningful goals as you enter the new year.
The Relationship Building domain of Strength doesn’t only refer to those “touchy feely” sort of things, rather, it focuses on tapping into the uniqueness of individuals, and building relationships rooted in Strengths. Who wouldn’t want to be on a team like that!? Continue to read, and watch, as Linda teaches each of the themes in this domain of Strength.
Do you have employees in your organization who have taken StrengthsFinder? Are some teams utilizing the strengths language during meetings? Or perhaps you have taken the assessment organization-wide and are wondering what to do next? If any of this applies to you, keep reading and join us February 26th, 2016 1:00 – 3:30 pm for our next StrengthsFinder preview experience at our offices in downtown Minneapolis. There, we will share our approach to using this transformational tool.