Published: April 27, 2019
One of the basic questions facing everyone creating a personal development plan is the fundamental question of whether to focus attention on correcting faults and failings or to focus on building strengths. Though the question appears simple, the answer depends on the competencies of the person involved— and the answer for any one person can vary over time.
Compelling evidence supports the idea that leaders who focus on their strengths have greater success in their development plans.
Thought leader Jack Zenger illustrates why building strengths is the key to a strong development plan.
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