StrengthsFinder Individual Conversations: StrengthsChat
Talking about your strengths is one of the best ways to grow in your understanding of them.
As part of the LVC process, we engage every client we work with in a one-on-on conversation. How it works is we sit down face to face and talk about them. Through this 50 – 60 minute conversation, we hear incredible stories about their work, families, hobbies and their passions. During this, we’re picking up hints of their different “strengths flavors” at work, and are able to ask more questions. These lead to deeper understanding an “ah-ha” moments. Using stories from their own lives, we can help reveal how a strength is at work in various contexts.
Tonight, we’d like to talk about the best practices when it comes to having strengths based conversations. We’ll share some of our best practices, and ask you to share yours. If you’ve not had one of these conversations before, we’ll share great starter questions, or even have a mini, 140 character convo with you in the moment.
How to Join the StrengthsFinder Conversation
If you’d like to be part of the conversation, follow these 3 easy steps:
- Log in to your Twitter account (if you don’t have one, create one – it’s free).
- Open a new browser tab and go to tweetchat.com. Click “log in” and authorize with your twitter account.
- Enter the hashtag, “#strengthschat” and you’re in!
The conversation will be very casual and free flowing – Twitter style. We’ll answer questions from you, as well as throw out some of our own. We welcome other StrengthsFinder coaches to give input and feedback as we go.
About the Hosts
Myself (Nathan Freeburg) and Joseph Dworak will be your hosts for this first chat. Joseph and I have been helping people, teams and cultures understand how to leverage their Strengths since the early 2000′s. We’ve had the opportunity to work with large teams, small teams, non-profits, for profits and everything in between.