Today on the podcast, we’re playing a recording from a recent team engagement series event we hosted virtually. We gathered about a dozen leaders from around the country from all sorts of industries and backgrounds to present our series titled “Leading in Crisis.”
Team Engagement Model
At Leadership Vision, we approach the process of change by looking at it through the lens of Strengths. Knowing your Strengths doesn’t necessarily make the process of change any faster or easier, but most often, it does make it go a little smoother. This is because knowing Strengths asks everyone to examine their responses to change and understand the perspectives of others.
Recently Sara and I led a team engagement session on the topic of change. What follows are a few of my reflections from that session, as well as the two questions we ask everyone to answer before moving through change. Not only are there a few light-bulb moments but we share excellent reminders for all of us trying to influence positive change in our organizations.
Aleasha Morris and Nathan Freeburg continue our series on the Team Engagement Model on the Leadership Vision Podcast. In this episode, we’re talking about why your team needs to be rooted and grounded in trust for long-term success. Our study and intensive observation of teams through a Strengths based lens has revealed that there is an unmistakable difference between healthy and unhealthy teams. In this episode, learn what trust means, questions that can help you identify the level of trust on your team, what happens when your trust is missing, and finally, examples of what this looks like in action.
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Aleasha Morris and Nathan Freeburg continue our series on the Team Engagement Model. Today they are talking about PURPOSE: why your team needs a collective definition of their existence. Our study and intensive observation of teams through a Strengths based lens have revealed that there is an unmistakable difference between healthy and unhealthy teams. Listen to the episode, then ask yourself the questions in the show notes to better understand and evaluate your core purpose.