Today on the podcast, Brian Schubring and I are talking about the Influencing Domain of Strength. More specifically, how to understand the people who have some or all of their five Themes in the influencing Domain. Domains organize the 34 Themes of Strength into four major categories, which are Thinking, Relating, Executing, and what we’ll be talking about in this episode, Influencing.
Domains of Strength
Today on the Leadership Vision Podcast, Brian Schubring and Nathan Freeburg talk about how, why, and when we use the four domains of Strength in our work with clients. Domains organize the 34 Themes of Strengths into four major categories, which are Thinking, Relating, Influencing, and Executing. They allow us to get a broad understanding of Themes before going deeper. Listen now!
At its core, a 201 Education Session sets a baseline for understanding the StrengthsFinder tool and each of the 34 Themes of Strength. This is a critical step if you hope to make any progress towards becoming a Strengths Based Organization. Since this is such a crucial aspect of helping individuals and teams understand their top five themes of Strength, Joseph describes how Leadership Vision conducts this vital activity.
Sometimes, people can become overly focused on having specific Themes of Strengths to fulfill specific job roles. In this article, Jeff shares examples of extraordinary salespeople and their use of Themes of Strength in their work. He also explains how to understand the many Strengths that can be generative in a sales role.
The Relationship Building domain of Strength doesn’t only refer to those “touchy feely” sort of things, rather, it focuses on tapping into the uniqueness of individuals, and building relationships rooted in Strengths. Who wouldn’t want to be on a team like that!? Continue to read, and watch, as Linda teaches each of the themes in this domain of Strength.