In this episode, we share insights on the evolution of Strengths over time. Our Themes of Strength remain consistent while our interpretation of them evolves, reflecting our personal growth and transformation. Understanding this concept requires a recognition of the significance of perspectives, self-awareness, adaptability, flexibility, and the ability to embrace growth, change, and relationships throughout our journey. We talk about these five things and give a reflection question for each one to ponder as you consider how you have come to understand and appreciate your Themes of Strength over time. Enjoy!
Sometimes the simplest questions can bring about the most profound answers. In this episode, we revisit the idea of dominant pairs of Strengths and pose questions to our community and listeners about their Strengths and dominant pairs.
If you’re new to Strengths or curious about your dominant pair, use the StrengthsFinder assessment to learn more about your top five Strengths.
Team leaders regularly ask us how they can use Strengths in a short team-building meeting or off-site experience. While brevity with Strengths is better than nothing, creating healthy teams takes ongoing, meaningful engagement. Understanding Strengths is an ongoing process, but you gotta start somewhere!
Today on the podcast, we outline how to use Strengths in a 60 – 90 minute team building meeting. It’s meant to give you tools to start the conversation in the Strengths world, create a positive experience, and then hopefully move into more engaging Strengths-based conversation.
Brian has been immersed in the world of Strengths since almost day one and learned from one of the masters. Recently he was cleaning out his desk and came across notes from his learnings over 20+ years ago. In this episode, we share a conversation about three powerful lessons he has learned about Strengths and how we can still apply them today. Enjoy!
This episode is a bit of a look back to look forward. In 2023, Leadership Vision will be shifting and getting more clear about what we do, what we offer to our clients, and how we help people understand and express their beauty and brilliance. We had a whole episode mapped out about our new direction when we realized that we should pause and take a moment to reflect on how we got to this point. In doing that, we came up with three questions for you to consider as you think about your contributions to your team. The first question is what stands out about this past year. How have you grown in the past year, and what contributions have you made?