Have you ever had one of your go-to strengths start working against you?
Learn to recognize when and how to "turn the dial down" on certain strengths. Understanding your strengths means knowing when you use them.
"Getting the volume right is making sure we have the right strength applied at the right time and in the right situation." - Todd Davis
Your unique bundle of strengths is who you are. But when used to extremes, strengths can do more harm than good.
Get Better: Get Your Volume Right
- List your main strengths.
- Identify situations where you may "turn up" your strengths too high.
- Consider how your strengths, when turned up too high, may be overbearing.
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