Strengths Finder Discussion Leaders Workshop 2013
How Does the test work? • Purpose of the test • You become more effective when you capitalize on your strengths • Measures potential, not necessarily current ability • Your results do NOT mean that there aren’t other things you’re good at
4 Quadrants • Relationship Building • Adaptability • Connectedness • Developer • Empathy • Harmony • Includer • Individualization • Positivity • Relator • Influencing • Activator • Command • Communication • Competition • Maximizer • Self-Assurance • Significance • Woo
Executing • Achiever • Arranger • Belief • Consistency • Deliberative • Discipline • Focus • Responsibility • Restorative • Strategic Thinking • Analytical • Context • Futuristic • Ideation • Input • Intellection • Learner • Strategic
Discussion • Your results • Do you think your results are accurate? • When you discussed your results with someone close to you, did they think your results were accurate? • Was there anything you learned from taking the test?
Using your talents • How can your talents be useful in your position as a group leader? • How can your talents contribute to our LCM leadership team? • Are there any ways where you may need additional support? • i.e. from another team member or advisor
application • Share the action item you feel the most drawn to complete in the next month • We will be discussing this in the next LCM
Challenge: Becoming a Genius Watcher • Identify it • Who are you examining? • List things that they do easily and freely • Look for the underlying strength • (Excel wizard vs. critical thinking genius) • Test it • Test your hypothesis with the person and the people they work with to see if it is correct • Work it • Think of the different roles where their talents can be best leveraged *Content is drawn from Multipliers by Liz Wiseman