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YOUR LEADERSHIP PROFILE

required reading

· Chan, R. J., Knowles, R., Hunter, S., Conroy, T., Tieu, M., & Kitson, A. (2023). 
From evidence-based practice to knowledge translation: What is the difference? What are the roles of nurse leaders?
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 Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 39(1).

Reflect on the results of your Assessment, and consider how the results relate to your leadership traits.

Post a brief description of your results from the StrengthsFinder assessment. Then, briefly describe two core values, two strengths, and two characteristics that you would like to strengthen based on the results of your StrengthsFinder assessment. Be specific. 

StrengthsFinder assessment result


Your Top 5 Themes


1. Relator


2. Harmony


3. Includer


4. Responsibility


5. Adaptability

Relator

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Relator theme enjoy close relationships with others. They find deep satisfaction in working hard with friends to achieve a goal. YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? It’s very likely that you cause people to feel worthwhile and appreciated. How? You invite them to share their aims for the future. When you know someone’s aspirations, you can begin nurturing a meaningful partnership. Chances are good that you find it easier to befriend people when they tell you what they want to accomplish. Knowing that much, you probably read books, journals, newspapers, correspondence, or Internet sites to broaden your knowledge about their interests. When you can share information that helps people move closer to their goals, you understand each other better. Instinctively, you are apt to read books or publications that contain information and tips you can share with individuals you are training. Imparting knowledge, talking about your experiences, or passing along your skills provides you with much personal satisfaction. By nature, you have close companions who frequently seek your guidance. You help them find answers to their personal and professional problems. This makes you a valuable friend. Because of your strengths, you occasionally uncover how and why certain things happen as they do. You might share these discoveries with colleagues, teammates, or friends. Perhaps you streamline your explanations, covering only the essential facts. Some listeners may appreciate receiving less detail so the main points are apparent.

Harmony

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Harmony theme look for consensus. They don’t enjoy conflict; rather, they seek areas of agreement.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? By nature, you rely on the collective intelligence and wisdom of experts to guide you toward the best solutions or answers. Instinctively, you usually create an environment where people can speak and be heard without interruption. Your ability to help individuals feel valued and respected explains why many of them describe you as congenial, helpful, friendly, or nice. It’s very likely that you intentionally choose to partner with specialists when you need guidance to find the correct solution. When you must make an honest and just decision, you turn to them for assistance. You are likely to refrain from giving the impression you know everything. Cooperating with knowledgeable and/or skilled individuals helps you immensely. In the process, you probably make them feel highly valued. You usually create a hospitable environment for all your teammates. Chances are good that you turn to experienced individuals to help you pinpoint areas where you need to do something better. You probably seek their counsel about personal or professional matters. You often trust that their answers are correct and their solutions are feasible — that is, doable and suitable. Because of your strengths, you work industriously to finish all your daily assignments. You derive a great deal of satisfaction from reaching goals others have set for you. Meeting their expectations for the day undoubtedly is one of your top priorities.

Includer

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Includer theme are accepting of others. They show awareness of those who feel left out, and make an effort to include them.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? It’s very likely that you make no claims of being a “morning person.” You need time to transition from sleeping to waking and from waking to working. You tend to gain physical energy and mental sharpness later in the traditional workday. Depending on your biological clock, your peak performance period can occur during mid-to-late afternoon, in the early evening, during the hours before midnight, or in the hours after midnight. Driven by your talents, you sense there is something good in each person you meet. Your open approach to people makes you a very likeable individual. By nature, you are acutely aware of what it feels like not to belong. You probably understand the sensations that accompany not being accepted. You regularly go out of your way to welcome individuals whom others ignore. Because of your strengths, you likely produce your finest results when you can work shoulder to shoulder with others. Having to work alone for hours, days, weeks, or even months can cause you to be less productive. Instinctively, you find a way to involve everyone so each person has a good experience. You strive to create a sense of belonging and acceptance. When someone feels left out, you often are the person who finds a way to engage that individual in the group’s activities and conversations.

Responsibility®

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Responsibility theme take psychological ownership of what they say they will do. They are committed to stable values such as honesty and loyalty.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? Chances are good that you prepare for assignments by reading extensively. Your capacity for pulling together information from books, publications, correspondence, notes, or Internet sites serves you well. As a result, you often avoid feelings of self-reproach — that is, blaming yourself for not knowing something you should have known. By nature, you are apt to be disappointed with yourself when you fail to make someone feel welcome in your presence. You generally want to give your approval to all kinds of individuals regardless of their age, nationality, income, job, education, religion, handicaps, or appearance. Driven by your talents, you are held in high regard because of your dependability and consistent values. You are someone upon whom others often rely. Why? You do exactly what you said you would do. Because of your strengths, you are regarded as a credible and trustworthy person. This explains why so many individuals value what you say about them and what they have accomplished. Your honesty probably enables people to truly believe in themselves. Instinctively, you likely have a reputation for keeping your promises. People trust you so much that they do not keep checking on your progress. They probably have discovered over time that you honor your commitments.

Adaptability®

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Adaptability theme prefer to “go with the flow.” They tend to be “now” people who take things as they come and discover the future one day at a time.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? Instinctively, you enjoy reading. It allows you to gather information to expand your storehouse of knowledge. When surrounded by individuals who cannot sit still, giving your full attention to the printed word is apt to be difficult, if not impossible. You have a habit of avoiding the company of restless people when you want to give your undivided attention to a book, magazine article, newspaper account, personal correspondence, or official document. It’s very likely that you handle unexpected situations as they arise. Some are important. Others are not so important. You probably have earned a reputation for changing plans when you have to deal with surprises. Chances are good that you picture yourself handling situations and issues that could arise in the coming months, years, or decades. You mentally rehearse what you plan to do in various worst-case and best-case scenarios. Your forethought prepares you to deal with whatever happens. You are a flexible person. You are not easily flustered by unexpected events, problems, or opportunities. By nature, you are quite comfortable letting the day’s events and people’s demands determine what really deserves your attention. Driven by your talents, you usually do much better when you are free to respond to demands and problems as they arise. Understandably, you dislike being forced to follow someone else’s plan of action. Having to use outdated and inefficient processes probably is just as frustrating.