The latest Gallup Management Journal has an article by the authors of Strengths-Based Leadership discussing what makes a great leadership team.
The article states:
One of the core principles of strengths management is that people don’t need to be well-rounded to succeed. It helps, however, if teams are well-rounded, say the authors of Strengths Based Leadership.
It then discusses the four domains of strength that each leadership team needs: executing, influencing, relationship building, and strategic thinking.