The game of “Show and Tell” in elementary school is often our first crack at public speaking. It teaches us life lessons and broadens our imagination and creativity. “Show and Tell” engages many different learning styles, and it helps people feel known and heard. Here’s how we created a professional game of “Show and Tell” how what we learned.
Posts by Linda Schubring:
Are you asking the right questions when it comes to StrengthsFinder? Are any of us asking the right questions? At Leadership Vision, the most common question we get from people after they have taken the test is, “Now What?” Rather than jumping into a list of our services, maybe we need to take a moment to better understand what is behind the question. Linda shares some ideas for how we can make this happen.
As leaders, sometimes we get on a stage with a bunch of rock stars and we have to take turns, leading, and shining. The Strengths movement has been great at helping us understand when it’s our turn to be up front, and when it’s our turn to be the “back-up” singer. Read more as Linda poses a great question for teams to consider about this.
At Leadership Vision, we are image driven. We use images to inspire, teach and illustrate. Using photos and artistic renderings as tools, we summon our participants, as people of influence, to take responsibility for what they see. What Image Would you Chose to Describe you and your Strengths? Keep reading as Linda explains the importance of doing this.