The leader that blends these skills together is one that takes a strengths-based approach.
Optimal functioning and performance comes from using strengths. This is how people can maintain motivation, stay fully engaged, and reach greater productivity.
The strengths-based leader is also authentic. They have awareness of their personal strengths and weaknesses, as well as those of their team, and they possess the capability to communicate these effectively.
Here are 6 qualities and tips for becoming a strengths-based leader.
Know your strengths and weaknesses
First and foremost, know yourself and what you do best. Be aware of your assets and liabilities by completing the VIA strengths assessment.