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Strengths Based Leadership

How to Use a Strengths-Based Approach With Youth at Risk of Violence -- It Really Is Rocket Science!

Jonathan J. Doll, PhD | Posted 11.25.2015 | Impact
Jonathan J. Doll, PhD

I want to start off with a rhetorical question, and then lead you through a transformative process to use with your most at-risk elementary or secondary level students (or even college students as well). The rhetorical question is this: How do astronauts get into a spaceship; do they enter from the top or bottom?

What Makes for Good Leadership?

Beth Weinstock | Posted 04.23.2012 | Business
Beth Weinstock

Good leaders do not need to be good at everything. They need to increase self-awareness, know their strengths, invest in them, and support others who have complimentary gifts and talents.