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Key findings from Strengths Based Leadership:
* The most effective leaders are always investing in strengths. In the workplace, when an organization's leadership fails to focus on individuals' strengths, the odds of an employee being engaged are a dismal 1 in 11 (9%). But when an organization's leadership focuses on the strengths of its employees, the odds soar to almost 3 in 4 (73%). When leaders focus on and invest in their employees' strengths, the odds of each person being engaged goes up eightfold.
* The most effective leaders surround themselves with the right people and then maximize their team. While the best leaders are not well-rounded, the best teams are. Strong, cohesive teams have a representation of strengths in each of these four domains: executing, influencing, relationship building, and strategic thinking.
* The most effective leaders understand their followers' needs. People follow leaders for very specific reasons. When we asked thousands of followers, they were able to describe exactly what they need from a leader with remarkable clarity: trust, compassion, stability, and hope.
“Strengths Based Leadership” is a book that if you read you more than likely were made to for a work based class or project. Read morePublished 40 minutes ago by B. Wilfong
I still haven't read this book. I had to get it for work but never took the time to read it. If I ever read it I will give an updated review.Published 9 days ago by Justin Wilson
This was a very helpful approach to learning about myself and my co-workers. I wish I had found it years ago to assist me in my management positions. Read morePublished 18 days ago by D E Kurtz
Solid book with an online assessment that you can take with the code providedPublished 23 days ago by Pamela Daniel