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"Strong themes, stronger teams": Learn how your team can own its Analytical talents and become stronger, resulting in improved performance, organic growth and better wellbeing.
The CliftonStrengths themes at the top of your profile are the most powerful and give you the greatest chance for success. Join us as we discuss Analytical.
Learn from Heather Wright how women can aim their CliftonStrengths toward the goals of flexibility and success at work.
Do you want to contribute to the Strengths coaching community but aren't yet Gallup-certified? Learn how you can get "plugged in" and more fully participate.
Discover how to focus your CliftonStrengths coaching, make it more personal and relational, and even bring it to clients around the world.
Gain insight into the CliftonStrengths talent theme of Analytical: how to invest in it, if it's one of your dominant talents, and how to develop it in others.
Learn about your Analytical talents -- how they can help and hinder you, and how you can use them most effectively in this 2018 edition of Mastery Monday.
Learn the value of Analytical for you as a leader or coach, and how through stability, compassion, hope and trust you can grow this theme into greatness.
Learn what Analytical looks like when you use theme dynamics, and how it combines with and complements your other talent themes.
Learn how themes form the core of CliftonStrengths and how to understand and appreciate your own -- and others' -- strengths, as we focus on Analytical.
Self-branded people are of tremendous value to all kinds of organizations, according to a marketing expert. Indeed, he argues that constructing your personal brand may be the best thing you can do for your workplace and for yourself -- especially now.
Managers who introduce a strengths-based approach to their teams invariably ask this question: Is there a "dark side" to employees' strengths? Can a person with strong command become too pushy, or a person with strong analytical talents drive colleagues crazy with endless questions and hypothetical scenarios? In this article, a strengths expert probes these vexing questions and, using real-life examples, offers surprising (and reassuring) answers.
It's widely believed that those who get ahead in office politics must be dupes, stooges, or yes-people. But the reality is quite different. Gallup has found that among the most successful organizations, many people who get ahead are solid performers and highly effective in their roles. What's their secret? They use their innate talents to rise through the ranks -- and to master the politics of their workplaces.
Soon after assuming responsibility for a Best Buy store, one of Eric Taverna's big challenges was to harness the energy of his employees. His approach -- and its positive, long-term effects -- offer lessons to managers across all industries on how to build a committed workforce.