BRIDGING THE GAP
Khun Niyom is the chief executive of a leading organisation. I have coached several senior executives under his command for quite some time. I meet with him regularly to give him feedback about their progress.
"Coach Kriengsak, how do you identify the strengths of my leadership teams?" he asked me the other day. "They are impressed with your ability to spot their strengths. Then, it's easier for them to channel their energy and focus the development effort on strengthening their strengths. I want to learn from you. How can I be able to identify the strengths of others?"
"Khun Niyom, that's a very good question," I reply. "I haven't really thought about it before." After some reflection I begin, "There are three factors that I have done in identifying people's strengths: Belief, Tools, and Skills.
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