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Welcome to the next installment of the Leadership Vision Podcast where we share our expertise in the discovery, practice, and implementation of a strengths-based approach to people, teams, and culture. On this episode of the podcast, Linda Schubring and I are talking about two traits that help build trust. Our thinking on this has been shaped by a […]

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On this episode of the podcast, Brian Schubring and I talk about what it takes to reach that next level of leadership fitness. We call it becoming Leadership Lean. During this time of year, January, many people—maybe even you—set goals, especially those involving fitness and other health-related pursuits. This could be exercising, eating better, trying to accomplish a specific achievement or milestone, or perhaps, just trying to incorporate more movement into your daily life. Whatever your goals, they all involve disciplined learning and unlearning of certain behaviors. This is true of anything you want to be better at, be it parenting, podcasting, or the pursuit of your lofty goals. We need to move beyond the space we’re currently in and move into an area that’s a little scary. In this episode, we explore and unpack what it takes to become Leadership Lean. Brian shares his four L model which includes Listening, Leaning, Learning, and Leading.

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We’re taking a short break from new episodes of the Leadership Vision Podcast where we share our expertise in the discovery, practice, and implementation of CliftonStrengths. But rather than go silent for the next few weeks, we thought we would re-broadcast some of our favorite episodes from the past year. Logan Joyce and I sat down to talk about the episodes that have made the biggest impression on us in the past year. There’s nothing technical about this, just four episodes that we really, really liked! You may have missed these episodes, but even if you didn’t, you’ll enjoy re-listening to them as you move into the new year.

In this episode of the podcast, each member of our team shares some of their earliest memories. Times when they remember evidence of behaviors they can now connect back to one of their Themes of Strength. We’ll be back on January 7, 2019, with all new episodes to help you further develop your Strengths, the Strengths of your team, and the Strengths of your organization.

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We’re taking a short break from new episodes of the Leadership Vision Podcast where we share our expertise in the discovery, practice, and implementation of CliftonStrengths. But rather than go silent for the next few weeks, we thought we would re-broadcast some of our favorite episodes from the past year. Logan Joyce and I sat down to talk about the episodes that have made the biggest impression on us in the past year. There’s nothing technical about this, just four episodes that we really, really liked! You may have missed these episodes, but even if you didn’t, we think you’ll enjoy re-listening to them as you move into the new year.

In this episode of the podcast, we talk about how to take the pulse of your team so that you can be the best version of yourself that you can possibly be. We’ll be back on January 7, 2019, with all new episodes to help you further develop your Strengths, the Strengths of your team, and the Strengths of your organization.

The post The Necessity of the Team Health Check (Re-Broadcast) appeared first on Leadership Vision.

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Welcome to the next installment of the Leadership Vision Podcast where we share our expertise in the discovery, practice, and implementation of CliftonStrengths.

On this episode of the podcast, I talk about parenting and Strengths with Logan Joyce, one of our consultants and Director of Business Development. This episode is about how we have seen our Strengths show up, change, and display themselves since we’ve become parents. There are more significant lessons here, too, that we apply to individuals and teams that in many ways have nothing to do with kids. Logan and I discuss how the concepts of empathy, patience, and curiosity - the trifecta of necessary parenting skills - are often missing in the workplace. We also ideate a bit about what it might be like if we brought those things back.

Listen now as Logan and I share some of the lessons we’ve learned, and continue to learn, about how our wonderful children have shaped our Strengths.

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