Theme Thursday Season 3 - Strengths Based Leadership

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Theme Thursday Season 3 - Strengths Based Leadership
  1. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  2. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  3. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Positivity with guest Kassie Jorgenson. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  4. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Learner with guest Derrick Jack. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  5. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Intellection with guest Cheryl Pace. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  6. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Input with Gallup's Mike McDonald. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  7. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Ideation with guest Maureen Electa Monte. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  8. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  9. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Context with guest Marty Monte. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  10. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Analytical with Gallup's Benjamin Erikson-Farr. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  11. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Relator with guest Ryan Salvanera. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  12. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  13. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Individualization with guest Phil Winger.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  14. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Includer with guest Luke Ramsay.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  15. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Harmony with guest Ed Baklor.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  16. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  17. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Developer with guest Nicki Luther.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  18. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Adaptability with Gallup associate, Jamie McCarville.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  19. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about WOO with guest Rhonda Knight Boyle.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  20. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  21. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Self-Assurance with guest Sam Meek.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  22. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Maximizer with Gallup's Jim Asplund, Chief Scientist, Strengths-Based Development and Performance Impact Consulting.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  23. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  24. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Communication with Gallup's Sara Vander Helm, L&D and Engagement Performance Manager.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  25. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Command with Gallup's Rosanne Liesveld, Managing Consultant.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  26. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Activator with guest Vanessa Toledo-Vickers.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  27. On this Theme Thursday Season Three webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, talk about Belief with guest Jane Miller, Gallup's COO.Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  28. Your Responsibility theme forces you to take psychological ownership for anything you commit to, and whether large or small, you feel emotionally bound to follow it through to completion. Your good name depends on it. If for some reason you cannot deliver, you automatically start to look for ways to make it up to the other person. Apologies are not enough. Excuses and rationalizations are totally unacceptable. You will not quite be able to live with yourself until you have made restitution. This conscientiousness, this near obsession for doing things right, and your impeccable ethics combine to create your reputation: utterly dependable. When assigning new responsibilities, people will look to you first because they know it will get done. When people come to you for help — and they soon will — you must be selective. Your willingness to volunteer may sometimes lead you to take on more than you should.There is an emotional aspect to this executing theme. It is about psychological commitment to the promises you make. It is about fulfilling on an external to-do list. Responsibility is not just about what you tell yourself you will do, but what you promise others. Responsibility translates to others not just as an executing strength, but as loyalty and integrity. It is the commitment to doing not only what you say you are going to do, but doing those things well. At its heart, Responsibility is a conscientiousness on delivering what you say you will deliver. Not only is it an obsession for doing things right, but it also is about doing the right thing. Your impeccable ethics combine to create your reputation that is utterly dependable. When others come to you for help you have to be selective. Your willingness to volunteer can sometimes lead you to take on more than you should, or more than you can be excellent at. The leadership aspect around Responsibility is not just about your priorities, but your team’s priorities. Your Responsibility excels at having your ear to the ground on what your team or organization has promised, and being able to fulfill upon that promise. Responsibility sorts based on what you have already committed to delivering. In its best most mature form, Responsibility doesn’t let you get distracted from what could take away from your promises. Make sure that you can put words to what leadership promise you are making. Think about the extension of your Responsibility as being not just how you fulfill your commitments, but what you get ahead of. How can you tell people what to expect from you? What is the emotional commitment you want to make to your followers? People high in Responsibility tend to be self-starters. You might not need a lot of external motivation. Because you don’t need people to start you up, it is important to share with others what starts you. If you can name and nurture what motivates you, then you can help others know you better and authentically anticipate when you’re going to execute. You may prefer to do things on your own rather than delegating, however, managers are finding that it’s not their job to just do it all, but it is their job to lead others to do it all. Find compelling reasons to share the burden of what you’re doing. Openly discuss what your promises look like. Get to know the people on your team, and what motivates them. This way when you’re delegating you’re seeing it as a fulfillment of the value proposition you have put out there for your followers. Build trust with your Responsibility by acknowledging your followers that do things right. There is a filter in Responsibility for integrity, so when you notice this in other people, share that lens that you have. It could be a behavior in someone that you notice that you wish others had. Call that behavior out and tell people that you notice it. Find a way to appreciate these gifts. You can build stability by not trying to shoulder everything on your own. It is easy for people high in Responsibility to keep saying yes. Find a way to trust others who can also execute with you and spread that responsibility around. That way as they are following you they know there is not too much weight on your shoulders. Compassion can be spread by checking in with those you feel responsible for, and apologizing right away for any mistakes. Finally, hope can be found in Responsibility by invoking ownership rather than delegation. You can do this by asking your followers what they feel most inclined to own. It is not so much about giving others part of your job, but inspiring ownership in those that follow you. To learn more about Gallup's additional strengths resources, visit the Gallup Strengths Center: http://on.gallup.com/1l04XVZ. Gallup's Theme Thursday is a live Webcast that targets strengths coaches and enthusiasts to provide a deeper context behind the language of strengths by talking in-depth about each of the 34 Clifton StrengthsFinder themes.
  29. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  30. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  31. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  32. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  33. You are a conductor. When faced with a complex situation involving many factors, you enjoy managing all of the variables, aligning and realigning them until you are sure you have arranged them in the most productive configuration possible. In your mind, there is nothing special about what you are doing. You are simply trying to figure out the best way to get things done. But others, lacking this theme, will be in awe of your ability. “How can you keep so many things in your head at once?” they will ask. “How can you stay so flexible, so willing to shelve well-laid plans in favor of some brand-new configuration that has just occurred to you?” But you cannot imagine behaving in any other way. You are a shining example of effective flexibility, whether you are changing travel schedules at the last minute because a better fare has popped up or mulling over just the right combination of people and resources to accomplish a new project. From the mundane to the complex, you are always looking for the perfect configuration. Of course, you are at your best in dynamic situations. Confronted with the unexpected, some complain that plans devised with such care cannot be changed, while others take refuge in the existing rules or procedures. You don’t do either. Instead, you jump into the confusion, devising new options, hunting for new paths of least resistance and figuring out new partnerships — because, after all, there might just be a better way. You are able to sort through the clutter, and turn chaos into order. You are able to find the best way to get things done through the pathways in your brain constantly configuring and ordering. Strategic and Arranger tend to mimic each other. However, where Strategic is more about possibilities and creative options, Arranger is a little more boots on the ground. It is the most efficient black and white logistics. You have an almost overwhelming drive to accomplish. Very often Arrangers make great leaders because they can use this Theme as a relationship building tool. You as leaders are able to see the best seat on the bus for everyone on the team to thrive. Leaders with Arranger are at their best in dynamic situations where things are continuously changing. You are not afraid of jumping into things some people may find confusing, because of the attraction to devising new options and paths of least resistance. Arranger is a healthy way forward to manage your busy day. Instead of seeing tasks on your list to accomplish, how can that be seen through other people? How can you position different talents on your team to move towards a task? Different from Adaptability that responds to change, Arranger manages necessary change. Arrangers aren’t afraid of details. You are able to remain focused on the deliverables to be able to prioritize what areas need help. Arranger can sometimes be confusing to a lot of people when it isn’t communicated well. Clear communication is your best way to build a team. You are giving them a stable environment where they can feel comfortable. You are going to accomplish this team building not only with trust and relationships, but also because of your results. You deliver on that trust by thinking about what needs to be accomplished. Looking towards our four paths of followers; trust, compassion, stability, and hope, we first look at trust. How might a leader with this Theme build trust? How can you practice speaking what truth you are seeing? Trust yourself and your own ability to understand a reconfiguration. In many leaders Arranger means they can build trust by giving and receiving feedback midcourse. Finding the best voice to give and receive that feedback is trust. Arrangers can show compassion by investing time in considering how you might help people develop. Hope has a special place with Arrangers. You have that important place to be able to release people from commitments that may not be the best for them. You can be managers of teams who can say you don’t have to accomplish the same things your peers are accomplishing in order to be recognized. It is redefining what work and deliverables look like. Finally, stability is the hint that something could be better, and the answer to what better looks like. To learn more about Gallup's additional strengths resources, visit the Gallup Strengths Center: http://on.gallup.com/1l04XVZ. Gallup's Theme Thursday is a live Webcast that targets strengths coaches and enthusiasts to provide a deeper context behind the language of strengths by talking in-depth about each of the 34 Clifton StrengthsFinder themes.
  34. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  35. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  36. Theme Thursday is a Gallup Webcast series that dives deep into the CliftonStrengths Themes, one at a time. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube
  37. To learn more about Gallup's additional strengths resources, visit the Gallup Strengths Center: http://on.gallup.com/1l04XVZ. Gallup's Theme Thursday is a live Webcast that targets strengths coaches and enthusiasts to provide a deeper context behind the language of strengths by talking in-depth about each of the 34 Clifton StrengthsFinder themes. On this Theme Thursday Season Two webcast, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Gallup Advanced Learning and Development Consultant discussed the theme of Communication. Maika explained, "Communication is a theme and way of being, it is not a 'thing you do.'" Communication is rich in verbal currency. People highly talented in the Communication theme are good with words. They have a natural ability to process thought out loud. They are great at communicating with others either through speaking or writing. As Communication is an influencing theme, it works best when others are involved. Communication can easily translate thoughts into words. People with high Communication are good conversationalists and presenters. Raw Communication is chatty, while mature Communication is energetic. The chatty, raw Communication is saying everything you possibly can, whereas the mature version is in control and recognizes what is said will pass energy to others. Raw Communication is verbose and has no ability to filter thought. Mature Communication is pithy -- it has the ability to choose words well. Raw Communication is long-winded, while Mature Communication is far reaching an powerful. To hear more about Communication, watch the full video above.

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