Leadership Vision has designed an online course to help individuals gain a deeper understanding of their unique Strengths profile. Through a guided process of Reflection, Observation and Application, participants will experience the Leadership Vision approach and begin creating their own personal narrative around Strengths. Keep reading to learn more and go deeper with your StrengthsFinder results!
At Leadership Vision, we constantly seek to innovate our approach by connecting best practice in other domains to the integration of Strengths. Recently, we have been layering Strengths with behavioral science. A ‘cognitive miser’ is someone who finds different ways to save time and effort when negotiating the social world. We revert time and again, to the thinking pathway we know the best: a shortcut. When using Strengths with Teams, it is necessary to create opportunities for individuals to begin to excavate personal assumptions and biases to allow people to recognize their own Strengths ShortCuts. Keep reading as Aleasha gives examples how to do this.
At Leadership Vision, we have a specific delivery around how we hold strengths based conversations. However, Linda has found that she learns the most about the visible behaviors of strengths when by simply practicing the art of paying attention. Everyday conversations are where some of the best learning can take place. Keep reading to hear more about how you can capitalize on daily experiences to have your own Strength aha.
Many years ago, Bethany heard a teacher say the best way to identify counterfeit money, is to hold the real thing. As she begins her transition to the Leadership Vision team, this image is come to mind. The more you get to know the overall quality of a strengths-based leader, you more easily recognize when these are missing from those who are not leading this way. Keep reading as Bethany shares a bit about her new role.