Jason Cupp is the 2017 winner of Kolbe Corp’s Professional Award for Conative Excellence. Cupp was one of four finalists for the award, which honors distinguished leaders for applying conative theory to identify people’s natural strengths through consulting work.
What do knitting circles, talent assessments and laughter have to do with team member engagement?
For La Macchia Enterprises (LME), these are all part of a company culture focused on the unique strengths of each team member.
Through my experiences, I have found that those companies with a successful culture have two things in common.
Great leaders know when, where and why to put their four conative capabilities to use. Wannabe leaders believe that anything someone else can do well, they can do better.
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Organizations will need to hire individuals with diverse conative strengths (in all four Kolbe Action Modes®) in order to build synergistic and innovative workforces.