Forbes: 13 Ways Leaders Can Better Understand The Unique Strengths Of Their Team Members

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13 Ways Leaders Can Better Understand The Unique Strengths Of Their Team Members

Understanding the unique strengths of your team TISI +% is the surest way to both help your company achieve its larger goals and help employees feel engaged and motivated. But understanding each individual’s strength is a practice in psychology that involves empowering and aligning talent with work opportunities.

We asked 13 professional coaches of Forbes Coaches Council howleaders can incorporate a strength-based approach to their management style. Here’s what they said:

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Ask What Responsibility Or Task Makes Them Feel Energized

Everyone’s unique talents are often discounted because it feels as easy as breathing to them. Take the time to ask questions to discover these hidden gems in your people. When someone feels excited and energized by their tasks, it usually is a strong talent or passion they have. Leverage this knowledge for higher performance and productivity.

Jen Kelchner


This article has a mention by Jen Kelchner or is authored by Jen Kelchner and was originally posted on Jen Kelchner is a founding member of the Forbes Coaches Council and frequently writes on leadership and the workplace.


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