If you want to be successful as a lead wolf, then you should lead with strengths. You should know where you are strong yourself, use your strengths and know where your weaknesses lie, and try to neutralize those weaknesses if necessary.
"Good talent is scarce." How many times have I heard this phrase in recent years from CEOs or HR Directors. In our increasingly talent-based business world, we need to know, all the more, about our true strengths in order to find out which company and which role we are best suited to.
In everyday life, many people focus a lot of time on weaknesses. Thus, for example, 77% of all parents of school aged children focus all their attention on fixing their children’s weaknesses. And if the transfer is endangered, of course I understand that too. I have two children myself, and I want them to get along well in school. But too much focus on the weaknesses will at most prevent you from losing. You will only win with your strengths. Our greatest potential is to focus on our strengths, because we may not be everything we want to be, but we can be far more of what we already are.
Extensive studies by the company Gallup based on millions of respondents, show that the topics of talent, performance and success are very closely linked with each other. According to these studies, 3 out of 10 respondents can use their strengths daily in their work. This has important, very positive consequences, because these people:
That's why strength-based leadership is so important. It makes you more successful and happier. Unfortunately, 7 out of 10 respondents can not use their strengths at work every day. So, there is still a lot of potential for improvement.
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