- Building personal relationships: The ability to productively and progressively bond with key people as individuals and groups on an emotional level.
- Working in teams: The ability to work with others in a way where you subordinate yourself as an individual to better achieve the goals of the group.
- Coaching others: The ability to help people contribute more by facilitating their personal growth breakthroughs to achieve specific personal and organizational goals.
- Supporting others: The ability to help people achieve their goals and recover when they encounter problems.
- Relating to people: The ability to establish a kinship with others, building upon commonalities and deemphasizing or diffusing differences.
- Communicating: The ability to transfer information verbally and non-verbally to achieve sufficient interpersonal understanding and produce actions.
- Changing spontaneously: The ability to consistently achieve better results by rapidly and successfully adapting to a dynamic environment.
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How To Identify Your Workplace Strengths
- Identifying your workplace strengths
- Envision strength
- Characteristics of the “Envision” workplace strength
- Design strength
- Characteristics of the “design” workplace strength
- Build strength
- Characteristics of the “build” workplace strength
- Operate Strength
- Characteristics of the “operate” workplace strength