On this episode of the Leadership Vision podcast, Brian Schubring, our founder and president talks about how to understand what our Strengths need to thrive and what they need to survive. We have found that you’ve reached a deeper level of awareness when you’re able to articulate exactly what your Strengths need in both of these situations. Thriving and surviving may seem like contradictory or even opposite states of being, but actually, we’ve found them to be more similar than different.
This is a re-release episode where Brian Schubring and Nathan Freeburg talk about how to take our origin stories and frame them in ways that put them in their rightful place. To do this, we share five steps that will help us acknowledge the role our past has played in shaping our present and future. We’ll also share some tips for giving it an appropriate place in our current life. LISTEN NOW!
Today on the leadership vision podcast, Sara and Nathan are honored to share an interview with one of our multi-year clients. You’ll hear from Mary and Sophie from the Placer County library system about their journey towards becoming a culture rooted in Strengths. LISTEN NOW!
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about how we help teams navigate Change. All of us have different levels of comfort when it comes to change. Some like the beginning, some the middle, and some the end. Knowing when and how you are best suited to enter the change process is critical. Not only will it help you on a personal level, but it will also help the team succeed. And when a team can successfully navigate an inevitable change, the organization is better suited to win. Listen now!
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about how we help teams work through Conflict. We start by establishing some basic definitions of Conflict then we talk about how we help people understand their own responses and reactions to it. We then talk about how a team can better manage conflict, and finally, what each individual person can do to create a culture of constructive conflict. Listen now!