The Leadership Vision Resource Library
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, we release our very first videocast of a conversation with Leadership Vision CEO, Brian Schubring, from 2017. We discuss what Leadership Vision is, how we got started, a little bit of our history, some of our foundational beliefs, what were we trying to achieve as an organization, and how our work can help all types of teams thrive. Enjoy!
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Nathan and Brian discuss the domains of Strength in-depth, describing what each of them means, how to use them in a team setting, and what to do if you have too many or not enough of a certain domain represented on your team.
2020 has been challenging for all of us, but it’s important to remember there have been a lot of good things, too. At Leadership Vision, we have experienced a whole lot of small, positive things and we have a hunch that perhaps you may have some small positives as well. We’d love to hear your stories of joy from 2020! Send us a voice memo to share one small, positive experience or a source of joy from 2020 for an upcoming episode!
We’re taking a short holiday break from new episodes of the Leadership Vision podcast but we want to hear from YOU! What are your values? Where do they come from and how do you apply them to your relationships, work, and daily life? Share your values with us, or ask us a question about how personal or team values can help guide your team, and we’ll include them in an upcoming episode.
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, Steph, and I talk about how our Themes of Strength show up in one of our daily routines; working out. We believe strengths show up in every part of our lives and by taking the time to examine one of those daily routines, we can reveal more about how Strengths show up in other areas as well. LISTEN NOW!
Today on the podcast, Brian and Nathan discuss the article, 5 Things Ever Leader Should Give Their Team in 2020, by Mike Myatt. We summarize each point, then offer our take on them through our Strengths-Based Lens. Listen now!
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about the adaptive capacities of some of our favorite people part of Generation Z. A few weeks ago, Brian, Linda, and Nathan interviewed 7 college-aged students about what they are going through right now since they have all been sent home due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Listen now!
Today on the podcast, Nathan and Carrie reflect back on the 21-day Strengths Challenge. They reflect not only on their own experiences from the last 21-days but also how the 21-questions helped highlight areas of success and perhaps areas of growth being experienced during this unprecedented time in history. Listen now!
Today on the podcast, Melissa Hiatt and Nathan Freeburg, Senior Consultants at Leadership Vision, each discuss one of the questions from our 21-Day Strengths Challenge. We hope it will help bring you some perspective and possibly encouragement. Many of us are dealing with a lot right now, but when we process and share, somehow it doesn’t seem quite so bad. Listen now!
Today on the podcast, Heather Kelly, our Director of Culture and Talent Investment, and Nathan Freeburg each discuss one of our questions. We hope it will help bring you some perspective and possibly encouragement. Many of us are dealing with a lot right now, but when we process and share, somehow it doesn’t seem quite so bad.
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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.