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.
What's the difference between Discernment and expertise? This week, the team explores the nuances of the Genius of Discernment, and discusses why it is sometimes misunderstood.
The Language of Work
One of the most effective ways to use the Working Genius assessment involves adopting the language of the model into your vocabulary at work. This week, the team discusses the advantages of being "fluent" in the Six Types.
Personality vs. Productivity
What exactly is it that differentiates the Six Types of Working Genius from other personality type assessments? The team talks this week about how the Working Genius assessment is actually more of a productivity tool than a personality tool.
Jobs, Careers and Hiring
How should you use the Working Genius assessment to find the right job, or to hire the right people? Tune in to this week's episode to find out.
Stop Feeling Guilty at Work
Nobody is good at everything, yet we tend to dwell on our weaknesses and judge others for theirs. This week, the Working Genius team gives you the tools to stop feeling guilty at work.
The Three Phases
We've always thought of work as ideation and implementation, but the Working Genius model sheds light on an important middle phase that is often overlooked. This week, the Working Genius team talks about the three phases, and the elevation of each Genius as it relates to landing a plane.
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BEST interviewing tool ever
This assessment will become the new vetting tool for hiring people and helping applicants answer the question always asked at the end of an interview... “so do you have questions for us?” YES- What will I really be doing?... then determining if it fits your working genius.
Simple and powerful
The working genius model has had the fastest adoption of any assessment or model my team has encountered. Its simplicity is its superpower. Its practical application in day to day settings unlocked my team to better understand themselves and each other
The best tool to get your team to work together
Our team used this tool a few months ago. Since that time, the level of collaboration has increased as it’s become ok to leverage another person’s strengths to get work done. We regularly get report outs in our weekly meeting on how someone else’s genius was used to get things done. This podcast is an excellent companion. Highly recommend.