Lead according to personality strengths

  1. Self-awareness — being able to understand and manage your own leadership approach so as neither to control or dominate team members, nor passively allow team members to dominate or control the team’s operational context. Focus on using the diversity and personal giftedness of your team members.
  2. Psychological safety — creating an emotionally safe environment where extroverts, ambiverts and introverts can all play meaningful roles and contribute fully. Inclusivity is encouraged when people feel that there is a safe platform for them to be heard.

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Jonathan has spent over 30 years focusing his efforts on developing people throughout the world. He believes that people have the most impact when stretched.

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Jonathan Mills

Jonathan Mills

Jonathan has spent over 30 years focusing his efforts on developing people throughout the world. He believes that people have the most impact when stretched.