Strengths-Based Leadership focuses on strengths to increase engagement, efficiency and productivity while also keeping an eye on weaknesses.
From historical figures that brought break-through social reforms to enraged, dominant anarchists, leaders have been here on macro and micro levels to direct, influence, and guide nations, societies, companies, teams.
Psychologists have analyzed them, their followers have admired them, others have learned from their mistakes, but all of them have been role models in a way.
One of the most discussed approaches in the last decade is the Strengths Based Leadership Theory that takes on the idea that utilizing people’s strengths increases personal or team productivity.
According to this theory, the best leaders do not own a set of ‘ideal’ features, but they are able to recognize, delegate, and make most of the other people’s strengths to benefit a social or corporate system.
Therefore, in this article, we discuss the strengths and the weaknesses of this approach by offering an in-depth insight into how it can boost individual, team, and organizational performance.
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