What is your Working Genius? The Working Genius podcast is designed to help people identify their natural gifts and find joy and fulfillment in their work and life.
Leadership and teamwork expert Patrick Lencioni and his team explore the Working Genius model and provide practical advice for applying this framework individually, at our jobs and in our homes. What type of work makes you thrive? Are you burning out because your job requires you to work in your areas of frustration? How can teams and families better tap into one another’s gifts? This podcast answers all these questions and more.
WIDGET Your Progress
When carrying out a project, how do you evaluate progress? This week, Pat, Cody and Tracy discuss how the Working Genius model not only provides an effective way to measure progress against given objectives, but also serves to illuminate and prescribe the necessary next steps.
Despite its name, the Six Types of Working Genius model is extremely applicable outside of work, and even on vacation. In this episode, Pat, Cody and Beau discuss how we can use the Working Genius to more effectively plan trips, book travel, and decide what to do on vacation.
Six for Six
For any project, all 6 Types of Working Genius are necessary, so what does it look like when a team is underrepresented in a certain area? This week, Pat, Cody and Tracy talk about each individual Genius, and where teams get stuck without them.
Why we Devalue our Geniuses
For some reason, many of us tend to view other peoples' Working Geniuses as more important or more impressive than our own. This week, the team talks about the unique merits of each Genius, and how much more appreciative we are of others when we realize the true value of our own strengths.
Signs of Team Success
So the members of your team have taken the assessment... how do you then measure its impact? This week, Pat, Cody and Tracy discuss what success looks like when using the Working Genius model.
Person on the Street: Chris Stefanick
This week, the team sits down with a good friend who happens to be one of Pat's favorite 'creative dreamers'. Tune in to hear how Chris' Wonder and Invention impact his role as a leader.
Such great content!
I really appreciate this podcast and the working genius model. I listened to Don’t Should On Yourself today and see even more applications of the model. I wish everyone took the assessment and then wore their results on a button - it would have the potential to really change the way people interact with each other and themselves.
Where have you been?
Where have you been all my life, working genius podcast. These conversations are making so much sense of so many things that I have felt and experienced over the years, for good and bad. I recommend this to any individual who wants to understand themselves better, as well as any team whether it’s family, church, or corporate. Thank you table group!
Not fully cooked
I jumped on the bandwagon and was really excited about this tool. Listened to the first 10-15 podcast episodes and took the assessment. However, it doesn’t seem ready for prime time yet. Seems it’s still a work in progress.