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FAQs: How to Customize Your Communication

August 5, 2014
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Each of us is wired differently to give and receive information in various ways. These differences in communicating are part of what makes each of us unique. What would happen if you could customize the way you go about communicating with others, personalizing it in the way they can best receive it? That’s one important…

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FAQs: The Energy Line on the Strengths Charts

July 15, 2014
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How It Works and What It Shows Your Leading From Your Strengths profile report (or your Marriage Insights profile report) includes two personalized charts: your Natural Strengths Chart and your Strengths Movement Chart. These charts are a visual representation of the data compiled from your questionnaire, arranged horizontally. They reveal your strengths in four areas:…

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Ways a Certified Practitioner Can Help You, Part 3

March 17, 2014
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Four Ways You Are Unique Third in a series explaining how Certified Practitioners help you process profiles Your Leading From Your Strengths Profiles presents four areas of strengths in which you are unique: solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing risk. Each person operates within these four areas each day. They are inescapable. A…

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Transitions, Part 3: Solving Problems

April 9, 2013
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Push or Pull – Which Is the Best Way to Solve Problems? Every day your team is bombarded with new problems it must solve, both big and small. Solving problems is an important transition (like processing information) that each member of your team approaches in a unique way. As a team conducts ministry, it passes…

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A Practical Way to Build Unity in Your Staff
Part 4 of 4

February 12, 2013
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A Practical Way to Build Unity in Your Staff Conflict, Part 4 As I travel the country and world speaking to leaders, my heart breaks hearing their stories. Division in churches has become so commonplace that those of us in ministry have either experienced a split or know someone who has. It may shock you…

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Team-Building: Flip Chart Exercise in Problem-Solving

November 9, 2012
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Put your team’s profile results into practice with this powerful exercise that uses a simple flip chart. Step 1 Divide your group into 3 groups based on where they fell on the Problem-Solving continuum (aggressive, neutral or reflective). Place each group in separate corners of the room with a flip chart and black marker. Instruct…

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