A recent Gallup Poll of more than 1,000 randomly selected people found that 97% rated their ability to lead as being at or above average. You don’t have to be a genius mathematician to pause and consider whether that is true, or even possible! The fact is, we all find ourselves in leadership positions at work, at home, or in our communities. Whether we’re effective or not, changing workplace dynamics should drive us all to revisit how we lead and how we can improve. In this session we will study the research on strengths-based leadership and consider what it means to be a great leader, a great team, and the reasons people follow. We will also review some new post-pandemic research and consider tangible recommendations for how we can lead in this new world of work.