Ditch the Drama on Teams with Strengths Intelligence
It is easy for any of us to get triggered and fall into a self-created drama when working with other brilliant, strong team members. We all know that we get better results from collaborating, so how do we apply what we know about our own strengths and the strengths of others to create the culture and results we like to live? We will look at the surprising link between our natural strengths and our triggers, as well as the three common landing places for drama in the Toxic Triangle. We will also explore how to break that cycle and take ourselves and our teams into greater interdependence.
Teri Johnson is a workplace consultant, speaker, author and executive coach who serves senior leaders and their teams. She uses strengths-based leadership development to create cultural shifts that allow people to flourish at work and at home. Research shows that trust, performance, engagement and innovation all rise in a coaching culture where people understand the language of strengths. Teri holds certifications in Strengths Strategies, Legacy Leadership, Team Coaching, People Acuity Guide, and is ICF certified at the PCC level. She hosts a weekly webcast called ManagerMondays along with 4 other global coaches and authored her first book, A Map For Joy, in 2004. Founder, CEO, Personal Best Partners, LLC.
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