Should be focused on your strengths, your weaknesses, or some specific combo in order to lead better?
What if the problem is not so much your weaknesses as that you have not fully discovered how to tap into your strengths?
Our guest on this episode is Darren Vira-ssammy
Darren Virassammy is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer for an organization called 34 Strong, Inc.; a team that focuses on creating sustainable Strengths-based organizational culture for their clients.
Darren’s biggest focus has been on developing teams around strengths, maximizing the talent on those teams, increasing employee engagement, by developing Strengths Based leadership.
He and his team do this by initiating and designing sustainable strengths-based programs for organizations.
Darren Virassammy speaks and trains extensively on Strengths, and is such a super star in the world of Strengths Based leadership that has recently spoke at Gallup’s International Strengths Summit.
He’s also has spoken at the International Rotary World Peace Conference, DCA Partners and Drexel University’s Business School.
A few clients that Darren has recently served include: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), The State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF), The Franchise Tax Board, Bank of America and whole bunch more very impressive names.
Outside of speaking, workshop facilitation and coaching, Darren Virassammy writes extensively on Strengths, Talent Development, Leadership Development and Strengths-based sustainability within organizations.
His work has been featured through Gallup publications and others, including features in the California Employers Association, The California Society of Association Executives and the 15Five E-book “The Great eBook of Employee Questions,” where Darren is featured with prominent thought leaders including Simon Sinek, and Rand Fishkin.
More about Darren Virassammy: http://34strong.com
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