When Brian reflected on transitions throughout his life – various jobs, relationships, family dynamics – he realized he does not transition well. He quickly embraces what is next, without much thought given to healthy transition. After much reflection, he has learned how to utilize his Strengths in these situations. Keep reading and see what you can apply to your own life.
We often like to talk about our StrengthsFinder themes in the best possible situation. Strengths exist when you’re at your best. Anything short of that isn’t a Strength, but a Theme. Yet life isn’t that easy. Today, Carrie shares three things she has learned about Strengths as she has examined them in the “real world.”
In our line of work at Leadership Vision, we come across remarkable people everyday. I have a hard time “turning off” my strengths lens – the filter of curiosity that causes me to wonder about people’s brilliance. For example… Why does that ER admitting nurse respond with such calm and care? I have to believe […]
Recently I ran an 8k cross country race with a club team I am on, sponsored by a local running store. This race was far more competitive than I anticipated. Several of the teams had former and current college and elite runners. While we were warming up, one of my team members was pointing out […]
Making decisions can be one of the most difficult aspects of working with a team. Trying to agree on the best course of action can be a tedious and emotionally draining activity. You need to move forward, yet hope to get everyone on board. Most leaders want to create a culture where team members feel […]