“What will happen when we think about what is right with people rather than fixating on what is wrong with them?” —Don Clifton, Founder of Strengths-Based Psychology (1924-2003)
Brief descriptions of each of the 34 talents.
These insights can help you think more deeply about what behaviors are likely to be natural to you and what other people, as a result, can expect from you.
This document provides you with five tips for developing your strengths, helps identify and manage weaknesses.
Tips and questions for identifying the Five Clues to Talent: Yearning, Rapid Learning, Flow, Glimpses of Excellence, and Satisfaction.
A quick activity for intentional investment in your talents!
Map out a personalized description for your top talents, identifying your: Characteristics, Values, Role, Needs, and Motivations.