Chad T. Ahern
Your Depth Chart
This coming Sunday, many will have their eyes on Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos battling the Carolina Panthers. Whether you watch for the game or the famed Super Bowl commercials, let me add one extra layer for you to pay attention to as it relates to utilizing Talents, Strengths, and positive teamwork.
As each team takes the field they will come with a full understanding of their depth chart.
Not only do they know how many players can play each position, they will also know the best combination of players for each game scenario based on players' unique combination of Strengths.
How? They recruit for it. They experiment, They ask their players what's working for them, and what's not. Most importantly, they help those players that want to develop new skills and ways of thinking about various situations.
So as you watch Peyton Manning or Cam Newton pick apart the defense, consider when was the last time you really took a close look at the abilities, thinking and action patterns, and innate abilities of your staff? How could you be using them more effectively in different situations?
What does your depth chart look like?