A threshold is something you must pass to move in a desired direction. We are often asked why we do certain things. The reason, to cross thresholds. We believe in crossing thresholds to build relationships and learn more about the culture of an organization. By doing these two things, we better meet the needs of our clients. It’s difficult, and sometimes uncomfortable, but always worth the investment. Read more as Brian explains how we do this.
One trend we are seeing more and more, is people want StrengthsFinder to become a formula or a prescription. Or worse, a label. We have written about some of this before, but it is worth further explanation. It is key to focus on the positive aspects of Strengths. As consultants, we steer people back to understanding their own strengths and taking the time to understand their co-workers strengths. Keep reading as Joseph describes our four part process to do this.
All too often I meet managers and team leaders that are loathe to commit to a conversation around Purpose because it feels too big. Too […]
Join us Friday, October 9, 2015 as we host a FREE StrengthsFinder preview experience in Minneapolis. We will demonstrate our approach to using this transformational tool with individuals and teams. Sadly, 71% of workers in the U.S. are either disengaged or actively-disengaged in the workplace. That’s terrible! You are invited to discover how employees in your organization can benefit by working with our team, and how the Clifton StrengthsFinder can be leveraged to create a more engaged organization.
One year for Christmas Linda bought her mom and dad StrengthsFinder books to help explain to them what she does for a living. As two individuals who are well into retirement, it was amazing to hear how the tool holds up, years down the road. It is a reminder that Strengths are applicable to everyone, in every stage of life and open a space for individuals to share their perspective. Read more to hear the story.