For Team Leaders
David strengthened himself in the Lord his God.
1 Samuel 30:6
For Team Leaders
Whatever you do, start with God.
Jesus said, whoever applies His Word in daily living is like a man who builds on solid rock, whose house will stand in the midst of life’s storms (Matthew 7:24-25).
As a leader, you can build strong, you can withstand challenges, and you can be successful!
You can focus on the individual and group strengths in your team, and dramatically increase the positive impact of your organization.
Gallup research has found that those who use their personal strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged on the job.
Teams that focus on their strengths are 12.5% more productive. Using personal strengths daily at work, increases confidence, engagement, productivity, health, and job satisfaction.
How well do you know your own personal strengths, and the outstanding strengths of your team players?
How effectively are you adapting your leadership style and communication to match the needs of each of your team members?
This may sound daunting, but with the simple tools in the Sugar Suite, you can quickly identify your leadership style and strengths, and the best way to engage and encourage each team member.
3 K’s to true and lasting success as a leader:
Know your God, Know yourself, Know your people.
Team Leader Resources
As you learn more about yourself and your team members, you can build a strengths-based team that excels!
Strengths & Personality Inventories
After studying more than one million work teams, conducting more than 20,000 in-depth interviews with leaders, and interviewing more than 10,000 followers around the world, three keys to being a more effective leader emerged: knowing your strengths and investing in others’ strengths, getting people with the right strengths on your team, and understanding and meeting the four basic needs of those who look to you for leadership.
63 page report includes an intro to the DISC personality model, describes your leadership style, with detailed guides on how to lead others.
This takes only about 15-20 minutes to complete. It helps your team members to understand themselves and how to relate well to their co-workers.
When two or more people complete their DISC profile (either the Leadership Personality Profile above, or the Adult DISC Personality Profile above), you’ll have access to free team charts. These charts are useful for looking at team interaction dynamics, seeing a group’s personality as a whole, identifying tendencies of the group, and visualizing how individual team members fit in with the group in general.
This profile identifies an Individual’s preferred role in a project, and on a team. Helps your team members to define what they really want to do. Doing what you love is the key to fulfillment and is key to a successful organization.
A free e-book version is included with the online StrengthsFinder assessments (see above). Uncover your talents and find ways to apply your strengths every day!
The book includes an access code for the StrengthsFinder 2.0 inventory.
This book increases predictability in 30 essential leadership areas. As predictability increases, so does a leader’s confidence!