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The Leadership Vision Podcast is about sharing our expertise in the discovery, practice, and implementation of StrengthsFinder. Leadership Vision uses StrengthsFinder to work with people, teams, and culture. We believe that knowing your top 5 Strengths is only the beginning. A person's greatest potential lies in their ongoing exploration of talents. It is our objective to shape a culture that intentionally aligns people around a Strengths philosophy. We believe that ultimately it is on a tea ...
 
The Frickin’ Awesome Entrepreneur is all about mastering your mind, gaining the skills you need, and dominating as a business owner., starting with the fact that YOU are already Frickin' Awesome. You've got unique experiences, education, values, and StrengthsFinder profile that makes you truly one-of-a-kind with unique contributions to the marketplace. AND you are not meant to do it solo. In each episode, Alissa Daire Nelson sits down with a Frickin’ Awesome Entrepreneur to talk about the un ...
 
Lead Through Strengths with Lisa Cummings: leading teams & building work culture with Clifton StrengthsFinder & natural talents. The "Lead Through Strengths" podcast was created for you if you're ready to stop taking the "path of most resistance" at work. Current episodes are educational snippets from Q&A with our corporate teams. They're usually questions we get in our StrengthsFinder corporate training sessions. Over 22 Million people have taken the CliftonStrengths assessment. It sounds s ...
 
Your stories don’t define you, but how you tell them will. That’s the theme behind every episode of this podcast: it’s not what happens to you in your life that creates your identity and defines you, it’s how you talk about those things, how you share those stories. Research shows that the stories you tell have a major influence in how you see yourself and in how others perceive you, so it’s important to be intentional about which stories you share and how you share them. Guests on the podca ...
 
Nearly 16.5 million people have taken the StrengthsFinder 2.0 profile, yet most think it's just a 'cool profile'. Alissa believes that leaning into and developing your innate talents and strengths is key to success in life, then this is your podcast. to discover how to apply your Strengths Finder assessment in transforming your business and relationships. Listen to guests like John Lee Dumas & Kate Erickson of Entrepreneur On Fire, Pat Flynn, Jeff Brown, Shawn Stevenson, and other top entrep ...
 
Understand finance, manage money, and live your adventure, that's what we're here to help you do. We're Nick and Hanna True, full-time RVers, traveling the country with our two cats and two dogs. We hope you'll join us as we talk about finance, mindset, productivity, and using money as a tool to build a life that you love. To learn more about the show, please visit https://mappedoutmoney.com
 
Balanced by Beth is dedicated to women who desire to nurture their body, soul and mind. Host Beth Teran is a mother of 3 kids, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and a Strength & Conditioning Specialist. Each episode is full of energizing conversations with expert guests who teach practical ways of living a balanced healthy life. In this podcast, we welcome and embrace challenges because we believe it’s through resistance and perseverance that we become stronger and more alive. Tune in to learn way ...
 
If you are looking to identify and develop your strengths and talents, take calculated risks and make decisions, The Strengths Revolution with Steve Morgan will help your personal development, as well as helping you support your clients, employees, teams and wider organisations. Knowing your strengths will also support positive risk-taking and decision making as part of good risk management.
 
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This week’s episode of Your Stories Don’t Define You is part of a new series I’m exploring: For the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing brief stories about my experiences in understanding my natural strengths and using them with intention. As a Gallup certified StrengthsFinder coach, I’ve taken opportunities to work with other coaches for two reasons, …
 
We live in a world where we’re always navigating change on one level or another. As people, our capacity and the ability to navigate change vary from person to person. When facing change, our instinctive responses could be to run and hide or rise to the challenge. We may experience feelings of vulnerability, empowerment, isolation, or relational co…
 
Suzanne Simonetti sees herself in each of her characters, but she relates most closely with Krystal in her award-winning novel The Sounds of Wings. Our conversation easily flowed from topic to topic, and it was clear to both of us that the themes from the book are highly relevant in many of our friends' lives, as well as our own. Each of the protag…
 
Jeff Furman is an extraordinary combination of his parents. He has the gift of intense observation of people and surroundings, while also demonstrating significant empathy. The two together allow him to predict student behavior in the classroom, making him a highly effective educator. He shared a story of clarity: Watching his girlfriend (many year…
 
#054: Do you ever get so caught up trying to do something well, that you totally overlook the obvious ways to achieve your goal? Or look back on how you tried to do something in the past and think to yourself, "Well of course that didn't work! It was a terrible plan!" Sometimes, the obvious isn't so obvious in the moment. So today we're discussing …
 
Today in the leadership vision podcast, we are talking about conflict again, but unlike the last episode where it was more about the personal conflict styles of Brian, Linda, and myself today, we're going to give you some tools, some things that can help you navigate conflict in relationships, on your team, and honestly, really anywhere else.…
 
"I'm allergic to that." When she arrived in Spain, a shy, incredibly picky eater and study abroad student, that's what Rachel would tell people to avoid having to try new foods. It didn't take long for her to choose to be polite and try the foods, and that simple act of kindness and curiosity became the key to unlocking her adventurous spirit and b…
 
In this episode, we take a simple idea, attach it to a story, and ask you to reflect as it relates to your own leadership context. This leadership thought came to me on a morning run, and it has to do with stepping back and examining or re-examining, everything at your disposal when faced with a problem you can’t figure out. Enjoy!…
 
#053: We're answering some of our favorite questions from the Best Self Co. Icebreaker Deck. We hope this episode leads to you having some curious conversations of your own. Featured Links: Sponsor - MO$ Minute - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mapped-out-money-minute/id1507076604 Best Self Co. Icebreaker Deck - https://bestself.co/collection…
 
CliftonStrengths for Managers Report See your Top 10 talents, and how they might help or hinder your personal leadership https://store.gallup.com/p/en-us/14216/cliftonstrengths-for-managers Attend our Open-To-The Public StrengthsFinder Training https://leadthroughstrengths.com/events Book a Private Training Event https://leadthroughstrengths.com/st…
 
Her life didn't start with unicorns and butterflies, and like many people who grow up without, she didn't really know it until school years when the comparison game began... seeing other girls with new, trendy clothes and all the accessories made her keenly aware of what she didn't have. She knew there was more for her, and when a mentor saw her fo…
 
In this episode, we talk about conflict. Everyone has their own style of how they engage or disengage with conflict. In this episode, Brian, Linda, and I share a little bit about we navigate conflict, where our personal conflict styles come from, and how you can better understand your own conflict styles. Enjoy!…
 
#052: We're celebrating our 7th wedding anniversary by sharing 7 of our biggest money mistakes. We hope this episode will encourage you in your own money and marriage journey! Featured Links: Sponsor - MO$ Book Club - mappedoutmoney.com/bookclub Stuff We Like - Jungalow at Target - https://www.target.com/b/jungalow-by-justina-blakeney/-/N-q643le7ed…
 
#051: We've gained a lot of insight from studying our StrengthsFinder results and discussing them with each other. We hope this episode will demonstrate how you can analyze your own results and apply them to everything from your career to budgeting with your spouse. Featured Links: Sponsor - MO$ Book Club - mappedoutmoney.com/bookclub CliftonStreng…
 
"I just don't think that way - in a linear timeline of events. I read your book, but I couldn't start collecting my stories, even when I tried to use the exercises and worksheets you provided." Mary was getting ready for a series of interviews, and she knew preparing a few personal stories would be critical to truly engaging her interviewers and th…
 
In this episode, we share what teams have taught us about how they are building cultures where healthy communication patterns and preferences can take hold. We share some of our best takeaways, as well as some examples and ideas for how you might implement some of these best practices in your business, your organization, or even your family. Enjoy!…
 
#050: Self-awareness of your strengths and how to harness them can be a powerful tool as you think through career possibilities. We hope this episode will peak your interest in the StrengthsFinder Test. Make sure to tune in next week when we deep dive into how to take action based on your StrengthsFinder results. Featured Links: Sponsor - MO$ Minut…
 
"Who are you? I don't even know you!" A friend of Teresa Quinlan witnessed a different person when they visited her family. Around her mother Teresa regressed to a surly teenager, and that was her friend's reaction. It was that moment Teresa realized she had to take control of her own behavior, she didn't like who she was when she was around her mo…
 
#049: Your career is a big part of your life - 20 to 60% of your meaningful adult hours, to be specific. So time and energy dedicated to making sure your career aligns with your top values is definitely a wise investment. This episode will guide you through that assessment and provide tips for making a successful career transition. Featured Links: …
 
Laura DiBenedetto goes down rabbit holes regularly, exploring random thoughts that drive her deeply into a variety of questions, leading her to nowhere and everywhere. Her curiosity is what drives her, what has always driven her to question authority, traditional roles, and beliefs. She is one of those people who has always marched to the beat of h…
 
In this episode, Melissa Hyatt, and I talk about courage and give you some tools to help you find a little courage of your own. We use five courage questions to help you think deeply and critically and lean into whatever challenges you’re facing. These versatile and helpful questions are designed to be used on a team with people you lead, with your…
 
Nicole Santer has been in the event industry since she was a child. She remembers helping her family fold napkins and set tables for huge banquets and gatherings. It wasn't until after she enjoyed a career in completely different fields for many years that she came back to events, and when she did, it felt exactly right to her. She knows all the th…
 
In this episode, we take a moment to pause and reflect on the last year of pandemic life. What world are we entering into? What have we learned from this strange time? And can we pause long enough to figure out what we truly value so that we can go back to a world where our priorities are aligned with the things that we value most? Memorial Day 202…
 
#048: Emotional spending impacts us all. Today we're sharing an exercise to help manage stress and negative emotions without blowing your budget. And we're diving into how to structure "emotional spending" in your budget so you get the info you want from your reports. Featured Links: Sponsor - MO$ Minute - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mapp…
 
Christian Jarrett remembers being interested in psychology as a young teenager. It was when he applied to be a stocker at a grocery store when he was 16 that he became even more eager to learn about why people do what they do, and whether people's personalities change over time. At the Tesco store near his home in the UK, his application was accept…
 
{NEW} 🎧In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Brian, Linda, and Nathan reflect on their communication patterns and preferences as leaders and give each other feedback to better understand how they actually communicate. They also model an activity you can do with your own team. Enjoy this episode and then try it for yourself!…
 
#047: Would we have been better off buying a different house? What does better off even mean? Are these worthwhile questions to be asking ourselves in the first place? Today we're asking all the questions and sharing a framework to deal with buyer's remorse in a logical and productive way. Featured Links: Sponsor - MO$ Resources Page - https://mapp…
 
How do you describe a caring leader? Heather Younger's book, The Art of Caring Leadership, offers 9 key aspects to consider, and a free assessment to quantify whatappear to be qualifying character traits. What I love about the book is that the expectation isn't for every leader to be caring in the same way. Heather knows that each of us must be tru…
 
How does your team collaborate? We believe you never really know how a team collaborates until you understand each member as an individual collaborator. Sometimes, teams need greater alignment, agreement, or action to improve how the culture interacts with each other. In this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, we talk about what we’ve learne…
 
#046: We fight. And sometimes it's even about money. But thankfully, we've gotten much better at navigating our disagreements over the past 7 years of marriage. So *most* of the time, our tiffs don't devolve into unproductive, super angry arguments. Today we're sharing 5 things we've learned that help us work through our less-than-perfect-moments o…
 
Based on a collection of true stories from a variety of women, Swati Singh's Her Brave Journey is a fictional tale, bringing them together as if one woman experienced it, offering a deeper exploration of how each experience shapes a woman living through abuse, emotional transformation, and eventually discovering her strength and resilience. “Each o…
 
As a Communication & Inclusion Trainer, Alissa guides people in addressing awkward situations, helping them quickly adjust to things out of their control. In a recent training, when she had to demonstrate that kind of adaptability because of technical glitches, she realized what a gift it ended up becoming for her and for the participants. By havin…
 
Have you ever had a moment to lead, and you were so excited with this opportunity that you stepped right into the situation, not looking to where you were stepping and soon realized you wished you would have waited? Leadership is an invitation for us to step in and do something for others that they cannot do for themselves. But before we respond, b…
 
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