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Gifted and Dynamic Public Speaker, with a gift of Servant Leadership. Engineer by degree, Leader by Destiny. My goal is to make people better so that they lead a successful life and career.

Understanding Strengths

The book “Discover Your Strengths” focuses on the development and understanding of your strengths for your ultimate success.  Don’t spend time on improving your weakness, but focus on improving your strengths since you do those so well.  But what about your team, family, and love ones?  Do you bring out the best in them?  Do you make decisions which utilize their strengths?  Or do you just delegate in order to accomplish a task?

They key is that as a leader we must first study people.  We must understand what they do well, what they do not do well, what they like, and what they hate.

Once we understand this, we will have a team that will:

1.  Enjoy what they are doing.

2.  Strive to succeed

3.  Have fun while doing it.

Having fun is critical to success.  If someone is working within their strength, they will enjoy it so much that they will seek to do it more.

Seek to understand your people first.  Then put them in position to succeed.

Do you understand your people’s strengths?  How did you put them in a position to succeed?

Kontinue to Konker.

Chadwick Taylor is CEO of KONKERER Leadership

He helps clients develop leaders with a servant mentality through individual development and workshops

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