Do you understand your team's talents and strengths as well as you understand yourself? Do you know what makes them tick, what motivates and turns them off?
Gallup's decades of research have shown people who use their strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged on the job; teams that focus on strengths every day have 12.5% greater productivity; teams that receive strengths feedback have 8.9% greater profitability; and managers who focus on their team members' strengths reduce active disengagement to an astoundingly low 1%.
Understanding your team's talents and strengths is a game changer to unleash the potential of your team, ignite your business grow and leaving positive impacts on your direct reports' and their family well-being.
Build talent and team. Inspiring leaders and high performing teams start here!
What am I great at? What are my unique differentiations? How do I use my natural talents to be more successful in my career and have better wellbeing?
The search for meaning and success start with these questions. Gallup has studied human nature and behavior for about 75 years. As a result, Gallup discovered that people who know their talents and get to use them frequently are more likely to be engaged and hopeful, and they report having a higher quality of life than those who don't know their talents.
To achieve your greatest potential, you don't have to change! What you need to do is to uncover your unique natural talents, harness your talents and strengths for greater personal productivity and engagement.
Stay true to yourself, unleash your potential and start seeing the world differently.
Do you know everyone is born with a unique set of natural talents which in turn shapes the way they see the world?
Do you know your talents make you love, hate, and need something you cannot explain so just saying it's me! What you love, need, and hate is not always comfortable and easily understood, and the 'It's me' explanation sometimes hard to be accepted by your significant other who need to know where you are coming from.
According to Gallup studies, there is about a one in 33 million chance you would find someone with the exact top five talents in the same order like yours. This means it is least likely you can find a person who filters the world exactly like you.
Love is understanding*. Do you have the best knowledge of your significant other?
* Source: 'How to love' by Thich Nhat Hanh