What are your leadership strengths? That’s a question I ask in a survey that participants complete before attending my “Poised for Leadership” workshop. As I prepare for a session, one of my favorite activities is to read each groups’ responses and compile a list of highlights on a slide titled, “A leader is someone who…” …
"Whatever path we follow to build our communities, our leaders must instill a sense of trust and representation. The enemy here is in appearing contrived and disingenuous. Our inspiration must be natural and genuine. If you are real, your community will see that." - Jono Bacon
This FREE job application was inspired by the Leader in Me program. You can use this application to help your students apply for a class job! It is a great resource to help students think about their strengths and interests. It also gets them to understand what their responsibility will be and if they really want that leadership role!
StrengthsFinder Leadership Themes E-mail In Strengths Based Leadership, authors Tom Rath and Barry Conchie discovered in their research that there are four domains of leadership strength -- executing, influencing, relationship building, and strategic thinking -- and all are critical to the overall effective functioning of a leadership group. Executing Influencing Relationship Building Strategic Thinking