An employee who uses their strengths daily is six times more likely to be engaged at work.
How can you generate this level of engagement?
In our latest one-minute marketing video, we offer tips to help you build a better workplace by focusing on strengths rather than weaknesses. Press play below or view “Three ways to use a strengths assessment.”
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We hear a lot of buzz about strengths assessments. But do they work?
Research from Gallup® says yes … that organizations can improve employee retention by up to 72% and profits by up to 29% using strengths assessments.
Let’s look at three ways to use a strengths-based assessment in the workplace.
Tip #1: Use employee strengths to fill roles.
Employees who use their strengths daily are six times more likely to be engaged at work.
This leads to happier, more productive employees who may stay at your organization longer.
Tip #2: Lead with strengths in mind.
Tip #3: Build a balanced team.
Diverse teams perform up to 35% better by looking at issues from different perspectives. Gather a variety of strengths for a team that’s ready to create better solutions.
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