Your Areas of Genius
Your Areas of Genius
Discover Your Gifts. Transform Your Team.
On average, we spend one-third of our lives working, so shouldn’t we capitalize on our strengths to help increase satisfaction, improve morale, and decrease burnout? We want to help give you and your team the tools to make that possible. In order to use our gifts to help contribute to our success, we also need to know the areas that tend to naturally drain us in order to minimize them. Come to the “Your Areas of Genius” workshop and discover how our contributions can work together and help each other.
Date: Tuesday, August 8
From: 12:00pm – 1:00pm
How to attend: Virtual webinar. Register.
Description: What brings you energy at work?
And what leaves you depleted of energy at the end of the day?
Join us for a one-hour workshop to help identify your two types of “working genius” and your two “working frustrations” through a brief introduction to the Working Genius assessment. You will learn about the six types of work and how they can help your team by knowing each other’s working geniuses and working frustrations with retreat facilitator and leadership coach Bailey Lenzen.
Note: Participants will not take the assessment prior to or during the session. This workshop serves as an introduction to the assessment.
What is Working Genius: During the workshop, Bailey will explain the difference between working geniuses, competencies, and frustrations. We’ve included some definitions of language used in the Working Genius assessment below:
- Six types of work
- Wonder – you see opportunities
- Invention – you see solutions
- Discernment – you evaluate situations
- Galvanizing – you inspire others to take action
- Enablement – you help to bring projects to life
- Tenacity – you push tasks to completion
- Difference between Genius, Competency, and Frustration
- Genius: This area of genius comes quite naturally to me and gives me energy.
- Competency: I can operate within this genius fairly well but would get drained if I had to do it often.
- Frustration: This area of genius frustrates or drains me, either because I’m not good at it or I don’t enjoy it. Or both.