Strengths Based Leadership Report Tuan A Vu

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Strengths Based Leadership Report Tuan A Vu

  1. 1. Strengths-Based Leadership Report (with your personalized Strengths Insights)© 2000, 2006-2008 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Strengths-Based Leadership Report (with your personalized Strengths Insights) Leader: Tuan Vu Gallup found that it serves a team well to have a representation of strengths in each of the four domains of leadership strength: Executing, Influencing, Relationship Building, and Strategic Thinking. Instead of one dominant leader who tries to do everything or individuals who all have similar strengths, contributions from all four domains lead to a strong and cohesive team. This doesnt mean that each person on a team must have strengths exclusively in a single category. In most cases, each team member will possess some strength in multiple domains. According to our latest research, the 34 Clifton StrengthsFinder themes naturally cluster into these four domains of leadership strength. See below for how your top five themes sort into the four domains. As you think about how you can contribute to a team and who you need to surround yourself with, this may be a good starting point. Your Top Five Clifton StrengthsFinder Themes Relationship Executing Influencing Strategic Thinking Building Belief Maximizer Connectedness Learner Ideation Your Personalized Strengths Insights Learner Chances are good that you try to pay attention to what you do naturally and well. Occasionally you set out to broaden your knowledge in certain areas or sharpen specific skills. Maybe you are motivated to strive for excellence by using a particular talent. Perhaps you refuse to waste time, energy, or money correcting or fixing some of your limitations.178397837 (Tuan Vu) © 2000, 2006-2008 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 08/02/2010 1
  3. 3. Strengths-Based Leadership Report (with your personalized Strengths Insights) Now and then, you aim to concentrate on what you do quite well. You may think this is a more challenging way to live. Instinctively, you sometimes devote your entire attention to specific tasks you desire to complete. From time to time, you study what needs to be done and how you can tackle particular assignments. To some extent, your curiosity draws you to interesting sources of information: people, printed materials, the Internet, formal classes, casual conversations, or personal experiences. You might be happier when you know a few more things today than you knew yesterday. By nature, you might search for the factors that produced a certain outcome or started a particular chain of events. Sometimes you are frustrated until you figure out why things happened the way they did. It’s very likely that you are motivated to continually acquire knowledge and skills. Discovering new ways to use your talents energizes you. You are likely to escape from situations and avoid people who want you to keep doing what you already know how to do well. Maintaining an intellectual status quo is unacceptable to you. Driven by your talents, you sometimes yearn to know more about the thoughts of certain visionaries. Perhaps in their presence you begin to see how some of the inventions and ideas they propose might affect your life. Ideation Because of your strengths, you may enjoy occasional opportunities to understand individuals. Once in a while, you carefully examine each person’s behavior, character, choice of friends, interests, talents, shortcomings, skills, knowledge, future goals, or history. In the process, you might draw conclusions or make judgments about certain individuals. Chances are good that you periodically engage innovators in small talk or serious discussions. Perhaps you ask for examples or illustrations to better understand their inventive ideas. You might keep these creative people talking so you collect an abundance of information. Afterward, you may replay these verbal exchanges in your mind. You attempt to identify innovators’ key points, and sometimes assess whether their ideas for the coming years or decades make sense. By nature, you marvel whenever you create a link between one thought or object and another. You develop entirely new concepts, theories, innovations, designs, plots, conclusions, proposals, and more. With each mental leap, you experience feelings of happiness, pleasure, and success. Instinctively, you may be delighted when you can generate new and innovative ideas for doing certain tasks or projects. Perhaps you lose enthusiasm or become bored when you are forced to follow standard operating procedures. Periodically you wonder if you are in the right job or course of study when your creativity is stifled. Maybe you are frustrated by people who conclude that your inventive suggestions are forms of criticism or insubordination — that is, refusal to submit to authority. Driven by your talents, you sometimes are aware of the views specific people have of you. This partially explains why you keep expanding your vocabulary to include elaborate terminology and complicated words. You might argue that your use of language causes certain individuals to think well of you.178397837 (Tuan Vu) © 2000, 2006-2008 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 08/02/2010 2
  4. 4. Strengths-Based Leadership Report (with your personalized Strengths Insights) Maximizer Because of your strengths, you sometimes engage newcomers or strangers in conversation. You may seek out these individuals. Making the acquaintance of certain types of people delights you. Perhaps your outgoing and personable style causes a few of them to want to spend more time with you. Chances are good that you are much happier with your life when you routinely pause to savor your accomplishments at the precise moment they occur. Immediately celebrating a success means a lot more to you than waiting days, weeks, or even months for a formal awards celebration. It’s very likely that you periodically inspire people by finding out what motivates them. You may give individuals lots of recognition. Once in a while, you celebrate each person’s uniqueness. Perhaps your acknowledgments or compliments energize particular people. Instinctively, you might often acknowledge the importance of ideas that people share with you. Perhaps you give your attention to others to boost their self-confidence. By nature, you occasionally credit yourself with unraveling tangled issues, dilemmas, or puzzles. Perhaps you instinctively find the right solutions or correct answers. Connectedness Chances are good that you sense you are linked to all humanity. You contend that harming another human being eventually harms you. Misusing the environment has personal consequences, you argue. This perspective on life influences your thoughts, actions, decisions, or choices. By nature, you occasionally sense you are part of something bigger or more important than yourself. Maybe this conviction influences choices you make in life. Driven by your talents, you may assert — that is, declare or affirm — that every person comes into your life for a purpose. This partially explains why you launch into discussions or engage in small talk with people you are meeting for the first time. Perhaps you want to figure out why your paths in life have crossed. It’s very likely that you occasionally help people realize they are part of the human family. With your guidance, perhaps they understand that their lives are intertwined with people they will never meet. Because of your strengths, you are attracted to news that promises to improve the quality of life for the entire human family. This information makes you feel much more optimistic about the world’s future. Belief Because of your strengths, you feel much better about yourself and life in general when you have a worthwhile cause or project to which you can dedicate your mind, body, and spirit. Driven by your talents, you may concede that monetary rewards, though important, are not a substitute for feeling content with your life. It’s very likely that you periodically think about ways you can provide for the basic needs of your entire family as well as the desires of particular individuals. Perhaps caring for your loved ones is one of your top priorities. By178397837 (Tuan Vu) © 2000, 2006-2008 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 08/02/2010 3
  5. 5. Strengths-Based Leadership Report (with your personalized Strengths Insights) nature, you refuse to live a meaningless existence. You seek a vocation that allows you to express your deepest values every day. Work or school provides you with the opportunity to enrich and deepen the quality of your life. You really want to do what you love doing. Your job or studies need to be much more than a means to an end — that is, a paycheck or a diploma. Chances are good that you tend to be zealous — that is, fervent and enthusiastic — about solving problems that affect the quality of your life. You have been known to devote all your time and energy to a worthy cause. Your core values explain why you participate in various social, political, educational, religious, judicial, or environmental activities.178397837 (Tuan Vu) © 2000, 2006-2008 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 08/02/2010 4

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