Recently, Linda and Brian received news that a dear friend and mentor suddenly and tragically passed away. We were devastated and heartbroken…hurting for his wife and son, hurting for those influenced by his life, and grieving for our personal loss. He made a lifelong imprint on both Linda and myself as people and professionals. We did not choose this experience, we were chosen to share in this experience of grief, pain and suffering. In moments like these, you do not choose to be in pain, you just are. In moments like these, you do not choose to help, you just do. In moments like these, you do not choose to be human, you just are.
Author: Brian Schubring
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Personal and Professional Transition can be done alone or experienced with others. Whichever way you choose, professional transition and personal change provide a unique opportunity to learn about who you are, how you need relationships and what your capacities truly are. Keep reading as Brian shares some ideas for how to leverage StrengthsFinder during these intense times. Transition will only provide transformation if we take time to remember and re-learn what we have already lived.
We just completed the first portion of our latest Strengths Communicators Training. It was fantastic! Recently, Brian’s business coach asked him why he was so passionate about this training. Brian’s answer didn’t surprise us, but it did give us deeper insight into why we priorities what we do. Keep reading to hear the story.
What do you think is the objective of Strengths Based Leadership? At Leadership Vision, we believe Strengths Based Leadership is necessary because it turns the focus of Strengths from self, to focusing Strengths on meeting the needs of others. Keep reading as Brian explains how to handle this balancing act between an inward understanding of self, and an outward expression for others.
Halfway through 2015, our team had a meeting to evaluate our goals. Halfway through the meeting, it became clear we needed additional help on our team. We then began the evaluation of what additional layers of support needed to be added. Read as we introduce our two newest team members, and hear a bit about what they will be doing.