Are You Playing To Your Strengths?

A key characteristic of leadership is playing to your strengths. What are you good at? Are you playing to your strengths? A leader’s frustration exists when you are playing the roles others have designed or placed upon you rather than fulfilling the role for which you were designed to live.

As a leader, when you understand and embrace your strengths you will be in a better position to live out your destiny and add value to others. There are many benefits to playing to your strengths and this is the purpose of the lesson today.

In today’s leadership lesson on the Management Moment Radio Show, I will share four key principles to help you understand how playing to your strengths will benefit you as a leader and ultimately add value to those around you.

Tune in today at 2 p.m. ET to the show. Simply click on this link and tune in: www.blogtalkradio.com/managementmoment/2012/06/29/are-you-playing-to-your-strengths-with-doug-dickerson

If you are unable to tune in live, simply click on the same link at time to listen to the show on demand! Thank you for tuning in and sharing the Management Moment Radio Show with a friend.

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About dougdickerson

I am an internationally recognized leadership speaker, columnist, and author. My books include: "Leaders Without Borders: 9 Essentials for Everyday Leaders", "Great Leaders Wanted", "Leadership by the Numbers", and "It Only Takes a Minute: Daily Inspiration for Leaders on the Move". I live outside beautiful Charleston, South Carolina.
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