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Do you know the individual and collective Talents and Strengths for your team?

What employees want most is to learn and grow, to move forward, to be given the opportunity to do challenging and rewarding work, and to be respected and understood. Your team will feel recognized and appreciated when you support their professional and personal growth with Strengths.

Four Ways to Grow With Strengths

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Get Started with Strengths!

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Stronger Together

Introduce each team member to their own natural Talents & Strengths!

What would your world look like if it was easy to identify your own natural talents? What if it was simple for you to respond to this question, “What are you really really good at, consistently and naturally?” And what if you were able to do more of what you love to do, each and every day?

Quickly grow a group of talented individuals working toward a common goal into a celebrated winning team - Stronger Together.

Perhaps you have combined work groups to create a new team. Or you’re preparing for a growth cycle or an acquisition. Maybe you’re reorganizing your company, department or team. Or you’re aiming to close the gaps in effective communication and help your team be their best every day.

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Manager to Coach

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Ramp Up Your Employee Benefits & Win

Grow your Leaders so that they can Grow their Team - and move from Manager to Winning Coach. Invest in your Leaders now.

Great people managers make a company great. And we know that employees leave managers more than they leave companies. So let’s aim our energies toward our people managers and help them gracefully Grow with Strengths.

You are committed to growing your people, growing your culture, and providing a cost-effective benefit that is long-lasting and portable.

Employees’ everyday actions build the culture of your company. Having a unified team that is on point and able to pivot together will make or break your success, whether you’re going through a reorganization, experiencing rapid growth, catching up with the marketplace around you, transitioning leadership, or just starting up.

In a global study of companies that have implemented strengths-based management practices, 90% of the groups Gallup studied had performance increases at or above the following ranges:

  • 6% to 16% lower turnover (in low-turnover organizations)
  • 26% to 72% lower turnover (in high-turnover organizations)
  • 9% to 15% increase in engaged employees
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