If a friend asked you to choose an image that represents your Strengths, what image would you choose and why? Steph shares an image from her track and field days and explains how it is a visual representation of her Strengths.
About Steph Wahlund
Posts by Steph Wahlund:
How do your Strengths work differently in your groups or teams? Steph reflects on this question and shares the steps you can take to build a strength based culture in a team environment.
Creating a Strengths Based Culture, speaking the language of Strengths, and approaching conversations through the lens of Strengths, are all critically important to creating a relational and intentional environment where each person’s unique perspective is defended and protected. But, what happens when you go home? Steph shares some helpful insights about the benefits of knowing and learning your Strengths with friends and family at home.
Is StrengthsFinder Beneficial for ‘Younger’ People? At what age can you begin to reap the benefits of the language of Strengths? Steph explains her recent experience with a group of high school students, shares some of her concerns before taking them through StrengthsFinder, and shares what she learned. In short, yes, it’s very beneficial. Keep reading to learn why.
‘Phantom Strengths’ is not an official Gallup or Leadership Vision term. It is simply how we describe various Talents combining to look like a Strength that a person doesn’t actually have. Sometimes it may be in an individual’s top ten and you simply don’t know it. Other times, it is the pairing of Talents that may lead you to believe an individual has a Strength they do not have. Keep reading as Steph explains more about what these are, how to spot them, and why it matters.