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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by ingvald tagged strengths

leadership-development research we've conducted with data from thousands of executives from all over the world points unmistakably to the conclusion that it's the presence of a few truly profound areas of strength that distinguishes us in an organization

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S – Success.  Strengths are where you feel successful.
I – Instinct.  Strengths are activities that you are naturally drawn to.
G – Growth.  Strengths are where you learn the most, come up with the most new ideas, and have the best insights.
N – Needs.  Strengths are where you feel the need to spend more time.

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"Am I having fun right now?" and "Is this what I've set out to do"?  If I'm doing what I'm here to do, experiencing what is mine to experience, I'll be motivated and focused and engaged. And everybody around me will benefit from that, too.  Just like I benefit from being around the people I've known who are truly living On Purpose.

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Find a bright spot and clone it.

That's the first step to fixing everything from addiction to corporate malaise to malnutrition. A problem may look hopelessly complex. But there's a game plan that can yield movement on even the toughest issues. And it starts with locating a bright spot -- a ray of hope.

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We need to switch from archaeological problem solving to bright-spot evangelizing

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Marcus challenges much of what you've been taught and empowers you to enjoy higher satisfaction and performance in life and work . You will find true career direction, capitalize on your uniqueness, and create a work life that plays to your strengths

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April 25, 2007, at yahoo — Extract of a speech given by world famous Author Marcus Buckingham on the power of applying strengths in schools and at work

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A strengths-based approach works from the premise that individuals possess strengths and have the capacity to not only change for the better, but are able to sustain that improvement with their strengths as a foundation

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Strengths based practice is a social work practice theory that emphasizes people's self determination and strengths. Strengths based practice is client led, with a focus on future outcomes and strengths that the people bring to a problem or crisis.

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