The companies that embrace the mentality of aligning people’s strengths and passions with the right projects and teams get amazing results in both employee brand evangelism and productivity.FORBES
What is Strengths about?
Strengths are the unique combination of talents, knowledge, and skills that every person possesses. People use these innate traits and abilities in their daily lives to complete their work, to relate with others, and to achieve their goals. But most people don’t know what their strengths are or have the opportunity to use them to their advantage.
People who do focus on their strengths every day are six times as likely to be engaged in their jobs. They are more productive too, both individually and in teams. And they are more than three times as likely to say they have an excellent quality of life
The Strengths approach can be applied to large companies, small organizations, start ups, schools, non profits, churches, management teams, work groups and anyone looking to maximize engagement, resources and results. The Strengths approach is used by some of the world's most foremost companies like FacebookTM
What our clients see on average:
Likely to be Engaged at Job
Improvement in productivity
Lower Employee Turnover Rates
Benefits of utilizing the Strengths based approach
Any business, school, or government agency can benefit from investing in strengths. Strengths increases engagement. Engagement in the workplace can definitely translate into more money for a company. Engagement in the workplace can increase relationship building, communication and productivity in the workplace.
The investment in strengths will increase the bottom dollar to a company and save tons of resources due to lack of productivity and poor communication.
If a manager primarily focuses on an employee's strengths, the likelihood that employee will be actively disengaged is 1%.
If a manager primarily focuses on an employee's weaknesses, the likelihood that employee will be actively disengaged is 22%.
People who use their strengths every day are 6x’s 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.
Among employees who received strengths feedback, turnover rates were 14.9% lower than for those who did not.
An employee who regularly applies her strengths is 6.2x’s as likely to strongly agree that she has the opportunity to do what she does best every day. *