In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Nathan and Steph are talking about how their Strengths make them productive. Productivity is such a buzzword right now, so just think of it as how your Strengths help you get work done. This is a fascinating conversation, one in which Nathan learned not only about how he might become more productive (since Steph is the most productive person he knows) but also about why Steph does things the way she does them.
In this episode of the podcast, you’ll hear Logan and Nathan discuss how their Strengths help them to collaborate with others. Collaboration is defined as “the action of working with someone to produce or create something.” Everyone collaborates in one form or another every day. On small things and on big, we’re a species that is built to do this. Understanding our unique approach to collaboration is important if we want to do it well. Listen now and reflect on your own Strengths!
On this episode of the podcast, I’m having a Strengths conversation with my colleague and our Director of Business Development, Logan Joyce. More specifically, we’re having what we call a “push” conversation. These are dialogues between two people where you intentionally push Strengths to the center. You can talk about everyday things but intentionally reference your strengths and the strengths of the other person so that you’re practicing the language of strengths. Practicing seeing things from another person’s perspective and practicing using Strengths to articulate your perspective.
On this episode of the podcast, Nathan shares a Strengths conversation with his colleague Steph. More specifically, they’re having a “push” conversation. A “push” conversation is any conversation where you intentionally push strengths to the center. You can talk about everyday things but reference your Strengths and the Strengths of the other person intentionally. The idea is to practice the language of Strengths, see them from another perspective, and to help articulate your viewpoint around Strengths.