Lisa Cummings: Lead Through Strengths
- Understanding another person’s strengths can help you work better with them.
- StrengthsFinder conversations should not just happen one day a year, they should be discussed and thought about often.
- Ask employees, “How did you use your strengths yesterday?”
- Think of a StrengthsFinder session as a starting point for an ongoing conversation, not just a one-time event.
- Partner with people who are strong where you’re weak.
- Lead Through Strengths podcast
- Lead Through Strengths website resources
- StrengthsFinder assessment
- StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath*
- Soar with Your Strengths by Donald O. Clifton*
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- CFL89: The Value of the StrengthsFinder Assessment
- CFL90: How to Interpret Your StrengthsFinder Results
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On the next episode I welcome Chris McChesney to the show. He’s the co-author of the bestselling book The 4 Disciplines of Execution*.