This year we’re welcoming three new people to our Leadership Vision team. Our new hires focus on who are we locally, who we are to our clients, and who we are for the future. We are thrilled to announce Jeff Meacham as our new Business Development Executive, Sara Schlipp-Riedel as Director of Client Relations, and Logan Joyce as a new consultant. Keep reading to learn a bit more about who they are.
At Leadership Vision, we believe Strengths are most alive and most impactful when they are experienced in community. We have the greatest potential to give life to ourselves and others when practicing our Themes of Strengths alongside others. But who should we partner with to enhance our Strengths, and how do we know who those partners should be? Here are three things you can do to answer that question.
Recently, Joseph Valentine Dworak read the book “Strengths Based Parenting” by Dr. Mary Reckmeyer. It’s about how to apply the philosophy and methodology of StrengthsFinder to children. As a parent of two young boys, he was intrigued. Reckmeyer’s book is a worthwhile read for anyone interested in unlocking the uniqueness of their children and teaches valuable lessons on parenting in a strengths based way.
The game of “Show and Tell” in elementary school is often our first crack at public speaking. It teaches us life lessons and broadens our imagination and creativity. “Show and Tell” engages many different learning styles, and it helps people feel known and heard. Here’s how we created a professional game of “Show and Tell” how what we learned.