If you are aware of your own strengths, you will begin to value your contributions. Even better, if you are aware of those around you, you can help others grow and contribute more meaningfully.
Posts Tagged: strengthsfinder
Whether you’re a supervisor working to improve communication among your team or a seasoned employee looking for ways to stay motivated on the job, the following personality tests are an excellent first step in reshaping the way you think about yourself – and your career!
StrengthsFinder is a great assessment to take if you’re looking to figure out your top 5 strengths. Here are 5 steps to get the most out of your results!
Are you leveraging yours and your coworkers strengths?
Attempting to be something you are not it futile and it often leads to more frustration. You must find the leadership style that works for you.
Don Clifton. Good ole Don. Oh Don. Don’t you just love Don? Just kidding. Until today, I had no idea who Don Clifton was. However, I’m pretty sure he changed my life and he might change yours, too. Don Clifton was a psychologist who asked a groundbreaking question in his field: “What will happen whenRead… Read more »
More and more, managers are being encouraged to use positive reinforcement in their employee reviews, rather than focusing on weaknesses. The argument is that by doing this, employees are more productive and engaged in their work. Opponents of such a management technique say that discussing negatives, or ranking employees against each other, can actually encourageRead… Read more »
I know StrengthsFinder 2.0 has been mentioned in the GovLoop community, but I want to vouch for it. If you haven’t already taken this online survey, check it out at http://strengths.gallup.com/default.aspx. The survey tests your preferences among 34 themes and spits out a nice report on your top five strengths. These are the areas whereRead… Read more »