Themes in the Influencing Domain of Strength help people reach a much broader audience. These people can sometimes be categorized as those who step up, speak up and take charge. They may be able to “sell” the big idea of a group or organization to others. Everyone will influence differently depending on their other Themes. This can happen internally within a single team, or to external constituents. Continue to read, and watch, as Aleasha explains the 8 themes of Strength in this domain.
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Trust is an enigma. It is one of those words that comes with a lifetime of baggage. We know when we have it and we know when we don’t. It is the elusive and invisible thread that binds us together. But, when asked what Trust is, people often struggle with an actual definition. Instead, they prefer to share instances from their own experience. As the final core concept of our Professional Team Engagement Model, Trust is vital to any team that wants to operate out of their Strengths. Keep reading as Aleasha unpacks this concept and shares how to build it on your team.
All too often I meet managers and team leaders that are loathe to commit to a conversation around Purpose because it feels too big. Too lofty. Too out there. At some point during our exchange, they usually sigh and express how busy they are and how stressed everyone on the team is because of all […]
Does this sound familiar for your team? Incredibly talented people? Check. Deep skill sets? Check. Professional acumen? Check. Passion and dedication? Check. Check. So what is it about your team that is not ‘working’? Why are you not converting this raw power into forward momentum? Why are you fragmented rather than cohesive? Why are you […]
We have worked for over fifteen years, helping people understand their own strengths and reveal their greatest potential. But after, we repeatedly heard, “So now what?” A common thread in our findings was that a team’s greatest potential for function or dysfunction existed in the alignment within these areas. So, we responded by creating a strengths based Team Engagement Model that will gauge this alignment. Click below to read more about what we are doing with teams and strengths.