In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Aleasha Morris and Nathan Freeburg are talking about teams, specifically, how to know if they are thriving or just surviving. This is the first in a series of podcasts we’re doing about how to make sure your team is the most effective, efficient, and engaged that it can be! In this show, you’ll learn about our setup process that we go through to help teams fully engage and we’ll introduce the three core elements of our Team Engagement Process, Knowledge, Purpose, and Trust. Listen now!
Today on the show, we’re doing something a little different. We have five great episodes in the works and are excited to share them with you. They are part of two series we’re doing, focused on helping teams build Strengths Based organizational culture. So, in this episode, instead of our typical style of Nathan interviewing a member of our team, it’ll just be Nathan, sharing something designed to encourage you, the individual, to change the way you see yourself. To re-program the potentially harmful tapes we have playing in our heads about who we are.
When preparing your team or organization to thrive in the world of Strengths, a foundational understanding of the 34 Themes of Strength is critical. Too often, we run into people who want to short-circuit the process, but over and over again, we’re finding it important to begin with a baseline of education. Sara and Logan share how they found a new desire to help teams understand these foundational elements after a recent engagement.
Today on the show Nathan and Brian talk about some of the most common mistakes people make when trying to build a Strengths Based understanding of themselves and those around them. They’ll offer some best practices and lessons learned (the hard way), that may help revive your efforts, and encourage you to stay the course. No matter where you are on your journey with Strengths, there’s something here for you!
Today on the podcast, Brian Schubring and Nathan Freeburg discuss the topic of change. No matter your scope of influence or the number of people being affected, change will always be one of the challenges that leaders face. Since we’re at the beginning of 2018, a time that naturally brings about a variety of changes, we thought this would be a fitting place to begin the new year! So today, Brian and Nathan share three strategies for successfully navigating transition that will help teams and individuals come out stronger on the other side.