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The Strengths-Focused Guide to Leadership by Kathy Toogood, Mike Roarty

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Regular conversations

Silence is one of the great arts of conversation.(Marcus Tullius Cicero, Roman philosopher, politician and lawyer)

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The ‘ R ’ of the MORE model stands for ‘Regular conversations’.

For you to know that you have really embedded a strengths-focused mindset into your everyday behaviour, we believe that it will be useful to consider how it will show itself in your regular conversations with your team and other stakeholders back at work. We address the typical workplace settings for those conversations in our next three chapters:

  1. Applying a strengths focus to day-to-day conversations (Chapter 9).
  2. Strengths-focused meetings ...

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