There will come time when it is your turn to lead. Maybe your skills are highly tuned to a particular set of circumstances . Or perhaps you have your hands in a variety of things – helping team members with several tasks. Keep reading to learn about an easy team building activity that will provide examples of your Strengths when they are on and when they are on the sidelines.
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.
In every one of my roles, I work with teams of people and use StrengthsFinder. The effectiveness, or ineffectiveness of those teams has a direct correlation to how well each team member is positioned, based on their strengths to impact the mission of the group. This plays out in a variety of contexts but, as Led Zeppelin sang […]