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StrengthsQuest: An Overview

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Transcript of StrengthsQuest: An Overview

TALENT
True or False?
You will grow most in your areas of weakness?
You will
grow
in your areas of most
strength
. You will be the most
inquisitive
,
resilient
,
creative
and
open

to learning in these areas.
A good team member is not well rounded, but deliberately volunteers their strengths to the team.
StrengthsQuest
StrengthsQuest: An Overview
By Maggie Lozano
"To produce excellence you must study excellence."
Strengths-based philosophy
stems from 40+ years of research, & 2 million assessments across 30+ countries.
A naturally recurring pattern of thought, feeling, or behavior that can be productively applied.
INVESTMENT
STRENGTH
+
=
Professor Donald Clifton along with The Gallop Organization & Selection Research, conducted
2 million interviews
& came up with
400 themes
of talent that great employees possessed.

400 themes were condensed to
34 common talents
Time spent practicing, developing your skills, and building your knowledge base.
The ability to consistently provide near perfect performance.
FALSE!!!
Remediation and weakness fixing prevents failure.
Strength building leads to
excellence!
Executing
Influencing
Relationship
Strategic Thinking
Achiever
Arranger
Belief
Consistency
Deliberative
Discipline
Focus
Responsibility
Restorative
Activator
Command
Communication
Competition
Maximizer
Self-Assurance
Significance
Woo
Adaptability
Developer
Connectedness
Empathy
Harmony
Includer
Individualization
Positivity
Relator
Analytical
Context
Futuristic
Ideation
Input
Intellection
Learner
Strategic
Team members who have a dominant strength in the Executing domain are those whom
you turn to
time and again to
implement a solution
. These are the people who will
work tirelessly

to get something done. People who are strong in the Executing domain have an ability to
take an idea and transform it into reality

within the organization they lead.
People who are innately good at influencing are always
selling the team's ideas inside and outside
the organization. When you need someone to
take charge
,
speak up
, and make sure your
group is heard
, look to someone with the strength to influence.

Relationship builders are the
glue that holds a team together
. Strengths associated with bringing people together -- whether it is by keeping distractions at bay or keeping the collective energy high -- transform a group of individuals into a team capable of carrying out complex projects and goals.
Those who are able to keep people focused on "what they could" be are constantly
pulling a team and its members into the future
. They continually absorb and analyze information and help the team make
better decisions
.
Executing
Influencing
Relationship
Strategic Thinking
What is
wrong
with us?
Weaknesses? (Ex. fear of public speaking, writing, focus)
What do I
lack
?
What is
right
with us?!
Common Approach in Organizational Leadership:
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