Element 3 What I Do Best
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Too often, career development plans are missing a crucial element: who you are.
The "why" behind your career deserves more attention than "what" your career specifically is.
Employees ask themselves, "Do I get to do what I do best every day?" Create a culture where they answer "yes" every single time.
Leaders must do everything in their power to support their employees, and lessons from Gallup research conducted in Japan can help.
Learn how your CliftonStrengths reveal what you do best every day, helping you to shine in your role and love your job.
Just as employee engagement is a central business strategy for managers, improving teamwork should be too.
35% of U.S. Managers Are Engaged in Their Jobs
Full human potential is realized only when people are in a position to use their talents and strengths. Great performance is found when an individual's natural talents fit his or her role. Matching the right person with the right job is probably the most significant challenge organizations and managers face today.