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There is a direct correlation between confidence and success that plays a definitive role in the life of every leader. Simply put, if we believe we can succeed, there’s a better chance we will.
At Meddlers, we love researching and sharing insight into people’s behavior so that they can adapt certain traits and become the best version of themselves. That’s why we’re happy to partner with Predictive Index
While we all crave some level of certainty or comfort, we actually have a unique level of tolerance for ambiguity (TA) with a general set point that can be shifted.
During these uncertain times, leaders in any capacity are finding themselves inadvertently suppressing discomfort as a means of easing not just their own anxiety, but the anxiety of their constituents, employees, team members, and family.
In this time of separation, remote work, and virtual meetings, feedback is more important than ever as it ignites clarity, motivation, and it keeps teams on track.
Familiarity with your personality, character, values, talents/skills, and interests/passions is paramount to self-awareness. Then, taking action to develop and blend your strengths can accelerate the journey toward reaching your highest potential.
Once you recognize the categories of strengths, you can start noticing strengths in yourself and others and even begin to blend your strengths to elevate your contributions, increase your engagement, and improve your well-being.
Maybe you’ve known yourself to be fiercely compassionate. At the same time, you’ve always sort of wished you had more motivation. While you would never trade your compassion, you would love to get stronger in other areas.
Mental resilience –– this powerful, elastic capacity we all possess to some degree, is our ability to bend, not break, in the face of adversity.