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Living Your Strengths

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Annette Zaleski

on 20 August 2015

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Transcript of Living Your Strengths

Why focus on strengths?
"It gives us permission to stop trying to be who we are not and concentrate more on who we are - who we were originally created to be." - LYS p.11
Judeo-Christian tradition affirms this practice.
Ignatian spirituality encourages utilizing your strengths as well.
It brings out the best in our teams for the good of our communities.
Four Leadership Domains
Executing - Make things happen; bring ideas to reality
Influencing - Reach a broader audience; increasing buy-in and interest
Relationship Building - Essential glue that holds a team together
Strategic Thinking - Planning for success and looking forward; seeing what could be.
Overview of Strengths
Presented by the La Purisima Faculty and Staff

Looking at Your Own School Community
Looking at the Team Talent Map...
What talents do we have?
What is missing?
How can we use these talents to our advantage?
What do we need to be mindful of when completing a task?
Followers' Four Basic Needs
Simple Formula
Talent - natural recurring patterns of thought, feelings, or behavior that can be productively applied.

Skill - basic abilities to move through the fundamental steps of a task.

Knowledge - facts and information you know to be true

Strength = talent+skill+knowledge

Living Your Strengths
Respect, integrity, and honesty are the outcomes of strong relationships built on trust.
Caring, friendship, happiness, and love are characteristics followers ask leaders to contribute to their lives.
Providing a solid foundation through security, strength, support and peace.

Teachers who lead in the classroom every day know the value of giving students constant support and reassurance.
Words used to describe this basic need are direction, faith, and guidance.
Strengths in Domains
Quick Review
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