Today on the podcast, we’re talking about the importance of understanding how your Strengths pair together. Brian, Linda, and I discuss the difference between expressive pairings and motivational pairings, how you can understand both, and why you need to communicate these new findings to those on your team. Enjoy!
On this episode of the podcast, you’ll hear from three of our team members as I interview them about the similarities and differences between their shared Theme of Competition. But this episode isn’t really about the Theme of Competition Instead, in my conversation with Steph, Brian, and Logan, we’ll dive deep into the way their other Themes of Strength show up and impact their shared Theme of Competition. It’s a fascinating conversation and showcases just how unique each individual is, even when shared Strengths are present.
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Brian Schubring and Nathan Freeburg talk about the discipline of interpreting and understanding Strengths. They talk about why the way we teach others to explain and understand Strengths is different from how we’ve traditionally been taught how to learn and how to reframe four common Strengths related questions.
Sometimes at Leadership Vision, we play an informal game of Strengths pairings. Basically, we mash up two of the names of our Themes of Strengths to explain how they work together. We know that Strengths do not work alone. We never go one at a time with our Strengths. Rather, we try to tell a story and challenge people to see how pairs and combinations of Strengths can be discussed. In this article, Linda shares examples of Strengths pairings and how they look in different individuals.