On this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, learn about a new approach to implement purpose, place, peace and people in our work with Strengths. Brian and Nathan recorded this episode right after he introduced the four P words at recent client engagements. In this episode, we’ll share how those words extend the language and philosophy of Strengths beyond 34 definitions. We also share what we’re learning to help individuals on their journey, teams trying to apply Strengths, and entire organizations focused on building a Strengths-Based Culture. Listen now!
Our Approach to Building Strong People, Strong Teams and Strong Culture
Welcome to the Leadership Vision Podcast where we share our expertise in the discovery, practice, and implementation of a strengths-based approach to people, teams, and culture. Today on the podcast, Brian Schubring and I discuss seven elements that lead to team health. We conducted a series of team engagement series interviews and identified these seven things as […]
Strengths help us understand ourselves, and others. But what happens when they are misunderstood? Listen now to find out! Today on the podcast, Steph and Nathan discuss some of the most common ways certain Strengths are misunderstood, and offer insight on how to get past it.
Today on the Leadership Vision Podcast, we’re talking with Carrie Jones, one of our consultants, and COO here at Leadership Vision. You may remember her Strengths Question from a few weeks ago when she asked us to reflect on a person who, or place that has shaped who we are. Today you’ll get to hear her answer to that and reflect on your own life experiences.
Today on the Leadership Vision podcast, we’re talking about the power of symbol and metaphor as a backdrop to helping you understand the power that can exist in a team setting. As you’ll soon hear, the Leadership Vision logo comes from Notre Dame, so this conversation here was spurred by the recent tragic events of the great cathedral. We’ll get into that a little bit, but our president Brian Schubring and I will mostly be talking here today about the symbol that our company uses to inform the work we do. We’ll also issue a challenge at the end for you to contemplate a symbol or metaphor that best represents your team.