Using Your Strengths At Work

7 years ago
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Working to your strengths requires that you pay attention to the activities at work that energize you and those that drain you. Once you are able to specifically identify them, you can begin to find ways to shift more minutes each week toward the activities that energize you, and you can find strategies to make those dreaded activities less draining.  

Working to your strengths means that work will be more fun and more rewarding. But it takes discipline to do it. First, you need the self-awareness to know which activities are your strengths because they energize you and which are your weaknesses because they drain...

What are your strengths? How do they help you at work?

 

Go to w2wlink.com for more advice on using your strengths and developing more skills!

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