According to Patrick Lencioni, author and founder of The Table Group, everyone has natural talents and gifts when it comes to work. As it turns out, there are six different types of gifts that are required of any group of people trying to get something done. In this Uplift Kitsap, Kristal will share how she used this assessment tool with her team and the transformations that have occurred as a result.
- The six types of working genius defined
- Differences between working genius, competency, and frustrations
- How to utilize your assessment with your team, work group, or family
- The power of working to your strengths and knowing your team’s strengths and weaknesses.
Take the assessment for deeper understanding: Home | The 6 Types of Working Genius
Kristal Thomas, owner and CEO of the Bremerton Express Employment Professionals office, has been a part of this community for 13 years. Kristal came from a background in sales and leadership and has been a professional facilitator for her company Intoxicating Intellect since 2009 teaching communication and personal effectiveness.
Thomas says, “Because we are members of this community, working always to be a trusted HR resource for small and medium sized businesses, we have a vested interest in our city and want to help the people and businesses of Kitsap County thrive and grow together.”