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Strength Quest Training

The content in this presentation comes from The Gallup Organization.
by Student Life Office on 6 August 2013

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Transcript of Strength Quest Training

Strengths Quest
Building a Great Leadership Team with Strengths Quest
Learning Objectives
Uncover ways to enhance productivity by understanding team strenghts
Discover how to enhance your leadership of others and gain the most out of everyone in your group
Understand what followers need from your leadership
The Four Domains of Leadership Strengths
Executing
Influencing
Relationship Building
Strategic Thinking
Executing
Those with a dominant strength in Executing know how to make things happen.
Achiever
Arranger
Belief
Consistency
Deliberative
Discipline
Focus
Responsibility
Restorative
Influencing
Those with a dominant strength in Influencing help their team reach a much broader audience
Activator
Command
Communication
Competition
Maximizer
Self-Assurance
Significance
Woo
Relationship Building
Those with a dominant strength in Relationship Building provide the essential glue that holds the team together
Adaptability
Developer
Connectedness
Empathy
Harmony
Includer
Individualization
Positivity
Relator
Strategic Thinking
Analytical
Context
Futuristic
Ideation
Input
Intellection
Learner
Strategic
Those with the dominant strength in Strategic Thinking keep us all focused on what could be
Leadership is a process and becoming a leader is also a process. Becoming a "strengths-based leader" involves a process that begins with who you are, then moves to what you do. What follows are a group of steps that you can take to become a person who leads through strengths.-The Gallup Organization
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