David Zinger is celebrating the first month of the strength-based leadership blog. There were 12 posts or articles in the first month.
This post invites you to engage in the 12 days of strength-based leadership. There is a specific leadership action attached to each post.
Choose one or two actions to begin. One of the principles of strength training is to gradually build up your strength – this will add muscle to your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual actions.
If you click on the post, it will take you to the complete article for each action.
To use a horse race analogy, you’re at the post:
Post 1: Commit yourself to strength-based self-management. Read the article by Peter Drucker on managing your own career and begin taking actions to strengthen your own career development.
Post 2: Discover your signature strengths. Log into www.authentichappiness.org and take the VIA signature strength test today. Go beyond listing your strengths to living your strengths.
Post 3: Take 30 minutes to plan on how to build your strengths the RONA way.
Post 4: Be a purrrfect leader. Love cats share their knowledge, network and compassion. Share your knowledge with your network and use compassion as a beacon to guide all your leadership actions.
Post 5: Tally your high quality interactions (HQI) today. To add energy to the organization double your high quality interactions tomorrow.
Post 6: Find an everyday leader to inspire your development of strength, caring, and energy management. Remember: leadership is a way of being.
Post 7: Read the Power of Full Engagment by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz.
Post 8: Gallup along with your strengths by taking the Gallup Strength Finder inventory.
Post 9: Avoid the blahs, read a blog, use a blog reader, or write a blog.
Post 10: Get engaged – say, stay, and strive. Do all you can to keep yourself and your followers fully engaged.
Post 11: Play chess not checkers – make the right move now.
Post 12: Incorporate the 7 characteristics of highly effective entrepreneurial employees as a selection criteria to find the right talent to create a strong, caring, energetic and entrepreneurial organization.