#335-1. People go to work to succeed, not to fail. It is the manager's job to understand people's strengths. Managers who strive to find the good in their people will achieve far more than managers who only find fault.
#335-2. We can't make people better by trying to eliminate their weaknesses, but we can help then perform better by building on their strengths.
#335-3. Self-mastery calls for thorough familiarity with one's mental and emotional strengths. And it calls for sustaining a commitment to personal growth - the understanding of what makes you tick as an individual - as well as personal development.
Find your own talents, stren! gths and those of your team's. Organize work around use of these strengths.
Many i-TFTD posts have touched upon my favorite topic of ‘Strengths Approach’ such as this and this.