The chief executive of a software services company said, “I want to hire people who are very different from me or better than me in certain areas so that one plus one equals more than two.”
Ian Pettigrew's insight:
Some good points on playing to strengths - (1) recruit a diverse team where people aren't like you (2) don't manage activities, manage people and outcomes (so that you give them space to succeed in a way that plays to their strengths, not yours).
Exploring the statement in The Kingfisher Coaching Manifesto; 'Each and every day, do what you're best at. Play to your strengths and value other people for theirs. Everyone shines given the right lighting.' and asking whether you're doing what you're best at.
I totally agree on the importance of playing to your strengths and managing weaknesses. This article only scratches the surface of what that actually means (this sits at the heart of a lot of the work I do) but still makes a very valid point!
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