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Whether we are supervising students or staff, we can all do more to support the strengths our team members bring to the team. In changing times – and nothing feels the same nowadays – we should know how to capitalize on the strengths of others when we need to make a dramatic change. Below are some of the best staff development inventories and assessments I have used I believe could work for any team or staff.

Read Supervising for Strengths, not Deficits for more information about supervision.

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Joseph Rios, EdD
leadershipandvaluesinaction@gmail.com
I am Joseph Rios and I believe that leadership is an expression of our values
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