Building a team takes a lot of work. Leadership Vision has spent years figuring out how to create Strengths Based Teams. From simple, fun activities that give everyone a voice, to the hard work of thinking through the nuances of building a strong team. We’ve developed a model that will help your team operate fully engaged.
Below you will find several of our favorite activities for developing your Strengths and the Strengths of your team through interactive activities and questions.
Below are some of the best team building activities we’ve found to help explain, understand, and visualize the 34 Themes of Strength. Not only do they help team members understand one another, but they provide valuable insight to the individual as well.
In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, we dive into a conversation from back in 2017 about images. We discuss the power of images, the power of finding objects, and how you can use them to get to know your Strengths and the Strengths of other people a little bit more. We also share a very helpful and practical show & tell activity that we encourage you to try with your team. Enjoy!
This is the conclusion of our two part series on the importance of learning through fun. On this episode of the podcast, you’re going to get an insiders look into our team. This is us having fun through the process of asking each other very random questions to learn more about each other, and make a few Strengths connections. Listen now!
On this episode of the podcast, you’re going to get an insiders look into our team. This is us having fun through the process of asking each other very random questions to learn more about each other, and make a few Strengths connections. This is part one of a two part episode. Listen now!
When it comes to creating team building activities that actually work, we have found the best ones to be simple, repeatable, and sustainable. Brian shares three lessons to illustrate how to introduce professional best practices while using StrengthsFinder language to prompt team conversations and application.