Leading Implementation is a category of leadership skills for making things happen, and it includes the following leadership skills: Coaching and Mentoring, Customer Focus, Delegation, Effectiveness, Monitoring Performance, Planning and Organizing, and Thoroughness.
Strengths, personality strengths, character strengths, strength-based leadership, finding your strengths, and figuring out what are your weaknesses.
Rather than focus on just your top 20% of strengths, you can develop your Hidden Strengths to become more well-rounded with an edge. Developing your Hidden Strengths is also a way to realize your potential, operate at a higher level, and create an unfair advantage with your unique skills and abilities.
Be strong all day long. Leverage four sources of strength by drawing strength from your mind, body, emotions, and spirit.
Martin Seligman named a set of 24 Signature Strengths. Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D. identified 34 key signature themes of strength. Use the language of strengths to find and share your character strengths and personal strengths with others.
“You do not merely want to be considered just the best of the best. You want to be considered the only ones who do what you do.” -- Jerry Garcia
It’s a Darwin world. If you want to survive, or thrive, in a Darwin world, you have to play to your strengths. More than that though, you need to differentiate and specialize. Specialization is nature’s strategy for winning.