Styling Leadership Skills Leaders Circle Team A Tanisha

Styling Leadership Skills Leaders Circle  Team A Tanisha

Styling Leadership Skills Leaders Circle Team A Tanisha Parker, Susanne Johnson, Felicia Jones, Shannon Gipson, Leila Langston 15 January 2015 Introduction Understanding your Strengths Taming your Inner Critic Keeping Emotions in Check Q&A

Understanding Your Strengths Formula for Strength: Talent (a natural way of thinking, feeling, or behaving) X Investment (time spent practicing and developing your skills, and building your knowledge base) = Strength (ability to consistently provide near perfect performance)

Presenter: Susanne Johnson Credit: StrengthsFinder 2.0 (Tom Rath) Four Domains of Leadership Strength Influencing Leaders who help their team reach a much broader audience. They are always selling the teams ideas inside and outside the organization. Executing Leaders whom you turn to time and again to implement a solution. They will work tirelessly to get something done. They have an ability to take an idea and transform it into reality within the organization they lead. Relationship Building Leaders who are the essential glue that hold a team together. They possess strengths associated with bringing people together whether it is by keeping distractions at bay or keeping the collective energy high and can transform

a group of individuals into a team capable of carrying out complex projects and goals. Strategic Thinking Leaders who are able to keep people focused on what they could be are constantly pulling a team and its members into the future. They continually absorb and analyze information and help the team make better decisions. Presenter: Susanne Johnson Taming your Inner Critic Without self-acceptance, you are always hiding. With self-acceptance, your spirit is gliding. Robert Holden, PhD, in his book Happiness Now

Our Deepest Fear Confront, Scan and Go (CSG) No on e ca feel inf n make you erio your pe r without rmissio n Eleano r Roose

velt Presenter: Tanisha Parker Keeping Emotions in Check How do we achieve this? What are your triggers? How do you wear your emotions? Presenter: Felicia Jones Keeping Emotions in Check

What should we do? Be honest with yourself and acknowledge the emotion/feeling Consider the source Explore your expectations Reflect on past occurrences Address it and Check it! Meditate/Pray, count your blessings, and move on! Presenter: Felicia Jones Keeping Emotions in Check When should you be concerned? SWEEP:

Sleep Work Eating Expressing positive emotions Play Presenter: Felicia Jones Credit: Charles Sophy, MD, Psychiatry Q&A How does the Strengthfinder Four Domains of Leadership compare with OPMs ECQs? How do we benefit from having an Inner

Critic? Can you share an encounter where you became emotional and how one of the discussed strategies might have helped you? Which strategy will you use to help diffuse future emotions? Presenters: Leila Langston & Shannon Gibson

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