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In this episode we talk about how to make intentional interruptions in our lives to break the flow and monotony. We’ll discuss how that can give us the space to unravel some of the knots that have have been tied around these global and national events. We hope this will remind us of who we are and what we need to flourish in these challenging times. We don’t accidentally get healthy and feel rested. It takes intentionality, discipline, and focus.
In this podcast episode, we examine where our communication preferences and patterns have come from, how those origins impact the way we communicate today, and what our team needs to know about us to communicate most effectively.
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about how our Strengths can help us handle difficult situations. Specifically, challenges and conflicts. We define those terms and offer FIVE things that will help you prepare before a difficult situation arises, and how to handle them when they do. We also issue a challenge so listen to the very end!
Today on the podcast, Linda and Nathan discuss the book, The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks. Brooks looks at four commitments that define a life of meaning and purpose: “to a spouse and family, to a vocation, to a philosophy or faith, and to a community. Our personal fulfillment depends on how well we choose and execute these commitments.” We unpack those four areas of commitment and examine how our Strengths enable us to engage with each meaningfully.
Today on the podcast, Brian and Linda Schubring talk about a unique opportunity we had to lead a keynote workshop and keynote facilitation at a conference with one of our enterprise clients. This episode demonstrates how we help large groups navigate challenging topics through the lens of Strengths. Listen now!
Today on the podcast, Brian and Linda Schubring, president and vice president of Leadership Vision, reflect on lessons they learned from one of our multi-engagement clients in 2019. We’ll share background about why we initially went in to help this client, the tools we used, and how the relationship has morphed over this past year. Brian and Linda also share a few key takeaways that everyone will benefit from. Listen now!
Today on the Leadership Vision Podcast, we are talking about leadership narrative and the importance of using your life’s collective experiences and story to shape and inform who you are as a leader today. Brian Schubring and I will be talking about the ways in which our stories have a shaping influence on how we lead and influence in our current context. Listen now!
Today on the Podcast, Sara and Nathan dive deeper into the topic of well-being. In addition to sharing our personal thoughts about well-being, we share and discuss thoughts about well-being from each of our team members. We’re excited to focus on this important topic as we being 2020. Listen now!
Today we’re talking about well-being as it relates to the intellectual, emotional, influential, and unconscious life of the brain. We also talk about how understanding that can really help us maximize our Strengths and ultimately, our levels of personal and professional well-being.
Today on the podcast, Brian Schubring and Nathan Freeburg discuss the topic of change. No matter your scope of influence or the number of people being affected, change will always be one of the challenges that leaders face. Since we’re at the beginning of 2018, a time that naturally brings about a variety of changes, we thought this would be a fitting place to begin the new year! So today, Brian and Nathan share three strategies for successfully navigating transition that will help teams and individuals come out stronger on the other side.
Today on the podcast, Brian Schubring talks about four things StrengthsFinder results cannot tell us. Strengths tell us a lot about what a person brings to any situation. It can tell us how they will show up in a relationship and what their potential capacity is for whatever the job might be. However, at Leadership Vision, we are learning more and more about the things Strengths CANNOT tell us about a person. Listen now!
On this episode of the Leadership Vision podcast, Brian Schubring, our founder and president talks about how to understand what our Strengths need to thrive and what they need to survive. We have found that you’ve reached a deeper level of awareness when you’re able to articulate exactly what your Strengths need in both of these situations. Thriving and surviving may seem like contradictory or even opposite states of being, but actually, we’ve found them to be more similar than different.
This is a re-release episode where Brian Schubring and Nathan Freeburg talk about how to take our origin stories and frame them in ways that put them in their rightful place. To do this, we share five steps that will help us acknowledge the role our past has played in shaping our present and future. We’ll also share some tips for giving it an appropriate place in our current life. LISTEN NOW!
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To be honest, and not overtly overdramatic, my work and relationshp with this execeptional company literally changed my life…I learned more about myself as a leader, colleague, friend, father and husband than anything I’ve done before or since.
Leadership Vision has taken Strengths training to a new level. Participants not only know the language of Strengths, but they also understand that Strengths make each person unique.
Leadership Vision gave us a lens through which to view individual and group Strengths. This self awareness is powerful; the group awareness transformational.
Our organization has been working with Leadership Vision for several years and it has been a very gratifying and rewarding experience. We have not only moved to be a “Strengths-Based” organization by having everyone in the Company go through training with Leadership Vision, but we also now have internal coaches who have been trained by […]
We have recommended the remarkable team at Leadership Vision to a number of congregations. A common response we hear is the deep appreciation for the breakthroughs on how to better understand one another in the pursuit of a common mission.