Leadership Series, Part Two: What’s Your Strength?

Leadership: There’s value in building on what you’re already good at.

It’s the American way to focus on your weaknesses in order to improve your overall strengths. But in StrengthsFinder® 2.0 (Gallup Press 2007), author Tom Rath says that that approach has its priorities out of order.

Let’s say a child brings home a report card with five A grades and one D in math. How do parents typically respond?

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