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Transcript of Clifton Strengthsfinder
strong at work? "What would happen if we focused on what was right with people?"
-Don Clifton A Brief History... Don Clifton: Diane has Strengths. 1. Learner
5. Intellection Educator - 19 years
Entrepreneur - Selection Research, Inc., 1969
Acquired Gallup - 1988
Chairman, Gallup - 1999
Inventor – Strengthsfinder
Founder By the Numbers 76% said that it was extremely important to understand others' strengths in the workplace
50% more likely to have lower employee turnover
When an organization’s leadership focuses on strengths, 73% of the employees are engaged. When the organization's leadership does not focus on strengths, the number drops to 9%. So does Chelsy. 1. Developer
5. Futuristic EXECUTING THEMES INFLUENCING THEMES RELATIONSHIP
THINKING THEMES EXECUTING THEMES: Gets things done.
Makes things happen.
Works tirelessly until done.
Quickly turns ideas into reality. INFLUENCING THEMES Effectively messages to broad audiences.
Always selling the idea.
Good at being "the voice" for a group. RELATIONSHIP
BUILDING THEMES Holds the team together.
Sees how individual strengths create even stronger groups. STRATEGIC THINKING
THEMES Keeps everyone focused.
Analyzes & absorbs data.
Stretches others to think about future.
Needs process/think time.
Initially appear slower, but move swiftly and accurately.
Always a "Plan B". Group Discussion: Team Strengths Own Your Strength! Together, their team is even Stronger... Work Groups as Engines 2009 Gallup Poll of U.S. Work Populations
33% - ENGAGED
49% - NOT ENGAGED (stuck in neutral)
18% - ACTIVELY DISENGAGED (stuck in reverse)