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by Jim Clifton

Nothing works in an organization without great managers, says Gallup Chairman Jim Clifton, coauthor of the newly released book It's the Manager.

Learn how to build your career on your strengths, and how to integrate people, business and innovation to solve workplace problems and reach successful outcomes.

Companies can turn ideas into customers by focusing less on cultivating innovations and more on developing builders.

GCC economies need private sector jobs to grow, but workers don't want them. What will it take to get workers off the government books?

Discover how to build a thriving business or a nonprofit that will change your life, your career -- and the world.

Born to Build lets you discover your builder talents and teaches you how to build a thriving startup, a winning team, new customers and a great life.

Learn about Confidence -- one of 10 Builder talents -- its characteristics and blind spots, and how builders can leverage it to propel themselves to success.

Learn about Determination -- one of 10 Builder talents -- its characteristics and blind spots, and how builders can leverage it to propel themselves to success.

Learn about Selling -- one of 10 Builder talents -- its characteristics and blind spots, and how builders can leverage it to propel themselves to success.

Learn how one CEO has built his business based on strengths in this recap of a popular 2016 CliftonStrengths Summit session.

To build a highly talented workforce, companies need a compelling employee value proposition.

Employers believe that college graduates aren't developing the skills needed for the 21st-century workplace. Millennials agree.

26% Worldwide Employed Full Time for Employer

One-quarter of U.S. adults say they've considered becoming a business owner but decided not to. Learn how to remove barriers to entrepreneurship.

Studies clearly show that business-building talent affects behaviors that in turn influence entrepreneurial outcomes.

There's no shortage of innovative ideas in the U.S. What the country really needs is more entrepreneurs starting new businesses.