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Belief Theme

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Called to Coach

Find out how your Belief talent can fuel your energy -- or the energy of those you manage -- at work.

Called to Coach

Explore the Belief theme through the lens of a leader and discover the ways it can empower your leadership.

Called to Coach

Learn how to apply your CliftonStrengths theme of Belief to move your wellbeing -- and the wellbeing of the people in your life -- to a place of thriving.

"Strong themes, stronger teams": Learn how your team can own its Belief talents and become stronger, resulting in improved performance, organic growth and better wellbeing.

Learn the definition of Belief and how to use it to succeed. Get a detailed description of this theme made popular in StrengthsFinder 2.0.

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 Belief.

Kids especially talented in the Discoverer theme are thinkers and learners; they love information. Find out how you can affirm and challenge them.

Gain insight into the CliftonStrengths talent theme of Belief: how to invest in it, if it's one of your dominant talents, and how to develop it in others.

Learn about your Belief talents -- how they can help and hinder you, and how you can use them most effectively in this 2018 edition of Mastery Monday.

Listen to Gallup COO Jane Miller as she talks about her CliftonStrengths Top 5 theme of Belief and its impact on her life.

Learn what Belief 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 Belief.

Does the strengths approach work with manufacturing employees? This is a question strengths experts hear often from senior executives, and the assumption is that blue-collar workers aren't interested in sharing who they are. Sam's story proves that wrong.

There's nothing more crucial to success in business than being able to influence other people. Salespeople must influence customers; executives need to influence their workforces. But rather than insincerely "laying on the charm" to influence people, try using your innate talents instead.

Leaders who want to develop their organizations or constituencies need to implement the basics of mentoring. Don Clifton, co-author of Now, Discover Your Strengths, shares his thoughts on six basics of mentoring that every leader needs to know.