Strengths Finder

Don Clifton’s strengths-based approach to management and leadership powers the greatest teams in the world’s most successful organizations every day. They know that the CliftonStrengths assessment is essential for empowering people to set and achieve their goals and accomplish great things.

People who know and use their CliftonStrengths are:

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times as likely to be engaged at work
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more productive in their role
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times as likely to have an excellent quality of life
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times as likely to do what they do best every day

It isn’t until people know what makes them talented and unique that they know how to perform better in their job. Or how to find one that’s a better fit. And to build better relationships and be a better teammate. And to feel like they’re improving, every single day.

The CliftonStrengths assessment is the same online assessment that millions of people have used to tap into their talents to succeed. It’s the same assessment invented by Don Clifton. Through his pioneering research and bestselling books like Strengths Finder 2.0, the former Gallup chairman and inventor of CliftonStrengths brought the power of positive psychology to every corner of the world.

For his efforts, the American Psychological Association honored Clifton with a Presidential Commendation as the Father of Strengths-Based Psychology. His CliftonStrengths assessment is the one that identifies a person’s unique sequence of 34 themes of talent and shows people how to succeed by developing them into CliftonStrengths.

But CliftonStrengths is more than an assessment. CliftonStrengths is a movement fueling better performance in workplaces around the world.

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Each CliftonStrengths theme sorts into one of four domains:

These domains describe how people and teams use their talents to work with information, make things happen, influence others and build relationships.

CliftonStrengths can help you answer the following questions:

  1. How do you absorb, think about and analyze information and situations?
  2. How do you make things happen?
  3. How do you influence others?
  4. How do you build and nurture strong relationships?
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