The “millennial generation has grown up entirely in the digital age, so their lives have been well documented online, and are easier for us to dissect and criticize. Regardless of what you think about millennials, the fact of that matter is that shortly, they will dominate the American workforce and all of us would benefit greatly from understanding what motivates them.
What tape is playing in your head about who you are? Do you talk too much or are you to intense? Do you start something without thinking or never finish a single project because you want it to be perfect? What image looks back at you in the mirror? Is it positive or negative? Here are three ways to change negative images to reflect your beauty and brilliance using StrengthsFinder.
I recently retook the StrengthsFinder assessment for the first time in several years and for the third time in the last 12. For years, my Top Five Themes of Strength have been Empathy, Achiever, Activator, Strategic, and Developer, all of which I have been very at home with. When I received my results of Relator, Strategic, Achiever, Positivity, and Activator I’ll be honest, I had a temporary “Strengths Identity Crisis.” Where had Empathy gone? What did it mean for me to have Relator?
Engaging in StrengthsFinder language makes a difference in your personal and professional life and in the world. When you’re leaning into your Strengths not only are you more productive and happy, but you’re serving the world in your own unique way. Here are four ways to become fluent in the language of StrengthsFinder.
Recently we were asked if we could give some tips to help a small team lead their own 60 – 90 minute strengths event. Typically we spend almost an hour just on introductions (it’s amazing how much you can learn about a person’s strengths with a well crafted introduction question). To condense it down to 90 […]