At Leadership Vision, we are well aware of the profound importance emotional intelligence plays in the lives and careers of our clients. Data shows that building Emotionally Intelligent People, Teams, and Cultures is more important for effectiveness, engagement, and productivity than nearly any other single business objective. As you work toward an Emotionally Intelligent team dynamic, how can you use Strengths as the baseline for growth?
Author: Logan Joyce
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Our consultants got together with Nathan before our summer break to record a series of mini-episodes for the podcast. Over the past few weeks, we’ve been sharing Strengths-Based questions to ponder in the week ahead. Today’s episode is the fourth and final episode in our four-week series. Go back and listen to the others! These questions are perfect for discussion with a friend, team, or even your entire organization. Today’s question: What are your personal Strengths ‘blind spots’? Which of your Strength(s) gets in the way without you realizing it? Listen now and begin your reflection.
The millennial generation accounts for nearly 40% of the western workforce and will continue to define the workspace as more millennials rise through corporate ranks in the coming years. How are you preparing your team and culture to reach and empower this generation?
Very few of us will spend the duration of our careers in the same role. Logan shares advice that allowed him to navigate his most recent job switch and three important ways you can leverage your Strengths in job transition.
At Leadership Vision, we apply a descriptive approach to understanding individuals’ Strengths. No one will ever operate in their Strengths in quite the way you do. You cannot be replicated! Your upbringing, family structure, and culture all have a profound impact on the way your Strengths have developed in you. This is why your Strengths may not look like the same Strengths of others.