Orem, UT, October 25, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Through some combination of interests, experiences, and genetics, most people show more capability at some behaviors than others. Helping people identify those capabilities is useful. However, are we limited to those being the only strengths we can possess? Can individuals at a later point in life make conscious decisions that they want to excel at something? Zenger Folkman has found proven methods from developing strengths at any point in life.
“As we conducted our original research on leadership competencies, an interesting fact emerged,” said Joe Folkman, President of Zenger Folkman. “For every differentiating competency (such as drives for results, solves problems and analyzes issues, or inspires and motivates others to high performance), there were a handful of behaviors whose correlations with each competency were statistically significant. A person who received high scores on a specific differentiating competency also received high scores on several behaviors. We also found that a person receiving low scores on that differentiating competency invariably would receive low scores on those same behaviors. It was as if they were bound together.”
In this webinar, Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman will explore why developing strengths continues to have a significant impact on leaders today. Participants will also learn more about using a cross-training approach, as well as new tools that will assist you in developing your strengths.
Attend the webinar, Steps to Go Beyond Discovering Strengths, on Wednesday, October 30, 2019. Register at http://zengerfolkman.com/webinar/
. For more information on these findings, and how to incorporate them into a leadership development plan, visit www.zengerfolkman.com.