The Leadership Vision Resource Library
Whether you are learning about your Strengths or helping others on their Strengths journey, our two FREE resources are time-tested and effective for the interpretation and application of Strengths. In addition, our guiding principles and accompanying reflection questions will help you dive deeper.
Join us on Saturday, June 11th for the Flourishing in Strengths Conference and refresh your connection to your talents through an interactive day steeped in growth and encouragement.
In this episode, Melissa Hiatt and I explore the idea of setbacks and what, if anything, our Strengths can do to help us get through them. Setbacks are part of life; how can we lean into them and perhaps get something out of the experience? How can we use everything that happens to us as an opportunity to practice using our Strengths, to practice being resilient, or to even practice self-compassion?
In this episode, we talk about our behavior-based approach to Clifton Strengths. We discuss why we’ve taken this approach, define what a behavior-based approach is, and also share some examples and provide insight for how you might be able to take your own behavior-based approach in understanding your Strengths. Whether you’re learning about your Strengths or helping others on their Strengths journey, this approach is effective for the interpretation and application of Strengths. Enjoy!
In this episode, we share a replay of our Strengths Communicator Training Webinar. Brian and Linda go over some of the basics of the training, Strengths, and Leadership Vision. It’s a very brief snapshot into our larger training and a great way to dip in your toes to see if you want to take the next step on your Strengths journey. Enjoy!
In this episode, you get to hear a conversation with Brian Peters about his experience going through our Strengths Communicator Training. We talk about how he got into the training, how he’s using the information he learned, and a little bit about what might be interesting to you as you consider enrolling in our next training.
In this episode, we announce our next Strengths Communicator Training in Rochester, Minnesota on June 29th and 30th of 2022. This three-day in-person training is designed to help anyone enhance their skills in order to help others and ultimately yourself understand the unique behaviors of Strengths.
In this episode, Amy and Nathan discuss some basic thoughts related to goal setting and Strengths. They share some personal examples and stories of how our own understanding of Strengths helps us on this journey as well as examples of leadership, family, life, parenthood, and all kinds of other things. Enjoy!
In this episode, we discuss the seven elements of team health. We actually recorded this episode back in 2019, but the content has never been more relevant. After conducting a series of team engagement interviews, we have identified seven things that are consistent signs of healthy teams. In our discussion, we explore the seven elements of team health as well as multiple examples to help you begin identifying the health of your team. Enjoy!
Every team that has ever existed has been presented with some sort of challenge. In fact, some people might argue that the sole purpose of a team is to tackle problems and overcome challenges. While there are many great resources on how to build a successful team, we think there are really only three essential elements for teams to tackle problems and thrive. In this episode, we discuss how to embrace compassion, courage, and connection to build successful teams. We also share a few tips for implementing these essential things on your team.
Whether you’re a team leader or a team member, you can probably list lots of examples of team building activities that have been completely worthless or a waste of time. Before you invest one more dollar into any sort of team building activity this year, there are a couple of things we want you to make sure are included. If you find yourself constantly pounding your head against that proverbial wall in frustration, there might be a couple of things that you’re missing.
In this episode, we share some simple things that will help you invest in better team building this year, and hopefully avoid wasting all of our time.
Giving and receiving feedback can often be the catalyst to create long-lasting, sustainable change in attitude and disposition within an organization or culture. In this episode, we discuss how leaders can prepare to give and receive feedback, as well as the five norms of giving and receiving feedback to others. Enjoy!
Most leaders know the importance of giving feedback to their team but we’ve heard time and time again how hard that can actually be. One reason we’ve found for this is that the environment of an organization sometimes isn’t set up to support constructive feedback. If you want to use feedback to help others grow, change, and transform on your team, you need to set up a structure.
In this episode, we discuss tips for setting up a structure and environment that is conducive to giving and receiving feedback. We also share a few tips to help you build structural supports on your team to make feedback more effective. Enjoy!
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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.