Study success to find excellence

first_img To become the best you can be, don’t look at your weaknesses. Instead, focus on your strengths.“We often study the failures to try to understand good,” says author and consultant Marcus Buckingham. “But if you study the bad and flip it, you get not bad. You need to study the excellence.”Buckingham delivered a keynote address Monday at CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference that looked at how using a free-thinking approach—putting aside theories and studying an idea as it happens in the world—could be used to attract and retain talent in the workplace.“Excellence has its own pattern,” Buckingham says. “Study success. It’s different.” ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »center_img Marcus Buckingham at #CUNAGAC 2020.last_img read more