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 we talk about how to make intentional interruptions in our lives to break the flow and monotony. We’ll discuss how that can give us the space to unravel some of the knots that have have been tied around these global and national events. We hope this will remind us of who we are and what we need to flourish in these challenging times. We don’t accidentally get healthy and feel rested. It takes intentionality, discipline, and focus.
In this podcast episode, we examine where our communication preferences and patterns have come from, how those origins impact the way we communicate today, and what our team needs to know about us to communicate most effectively.
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about how our Strengths can help us handle difficult situations. Specifically, challenges and conflicts. We define those terms and offer FIVE things that will help you prepare before a difficult situation arises, and how to handle them when they do. We also issue a challenge so listen to the very end!
Today on the podcast, Linda and Nathan discuss the book, The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks. Brooks looks at four commitments that define a life of meaning and purpose: “to a spouse and family, to a vocation, to a philosophy or faith, and to a community. Our personal fulfillment depends on how well we choose and execute these commitments.” We unpack those four areas of commitment and examine how our Strengths enable us to engage with each meaningfully.