2015 was a great year for Leadership Vision. We grew our team by three, took on several new clients, and launched an online offering of our core offering. A big theme we kept coming back to was team. Not only in the way we thought about and intentionally grew our own team, but the way we worked with other teams has changed as well. Teams are vitally important to any organization. Drilling into our google analytics, it was obvious that this is what our readers cared about as well. Keep reading to learn our five most searched and shared articles from 2015. All of them, in some way, reference Strengths work with teams.
How do you help a team grow, become highly productive, and operate out of their strengths? Almost since I was introduced to StrengthsFinder in 2000 I have been thinking about a few things: Personally, how does this information about my StrengthsFinder results help me move forward in my own life and career? How does StrengthsFinder […]
We have worked for over fifteen years, helping people understand their own strengths and reveal their greatest potential. But after, we repeatedly heard, “So now what?” A common thread in our findings was that a team’s greatest potential for function or dysfunction existed in the alignment within these areas. So, we responded by creating a strengths based Team Engagement Model that will gauge this alignment. Click below to read more about what we are doing with teams and strengths.
It is the end of summer and beginning of fall here in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This time of year means I am coaching women’s college volleyball at Bethel University. Overall this is my 11th year of coaching at different schools. As a StrengthsFinder consultant and strengths evangelist I try and bring strengths to every environment that […]
Assembling a strengths based team is difficult. You want to get the most out of each member. To do that, make sure you’re not doing these three things.