Lean Into Your Strengths for Teams
When you give individuals the opportunity to discover what they do best using the CliftonStrengths® assessment, they can see their role in the team’s success. In addition, leaders who understand their own strengths and those of their teams can build stronger relationships for improved performance.
- Individuals learn how to turn their natural talents into strengths.
- An understanding of how strengths are distributed across the team.
- A common language to work better with one another.
- Teams explore how strengths can help them move past obstacles.
- More meaningful and direct communication
- Improved interdependence and a more cohesive group
- Increased engagement, productivity, and performance
- Lower turnover and attrition
It’s the Manager
Team members who receive authentic feedback from a supportive manager are three times more likely to be engaged than those who only receive feedback once a year in a performance review.
As you make plans for leadership development, don’t overlook the role managers and team leaders play in your company’s long-term success.