Developing Strength-Based Teams
Don’t manage, empower! Teams that innovative, freely collaborate and create have been empowered to exercise their strengths.
Effective leaders empower human potential. Moving your teams from lack of self-determination and underperformance because of organizational external pressures, to high intrinsic self-determination and engagement, empowers teams to create and produce for your company.
Gallup’s 40-year study of human talent resulted in a Strengths-based development as a proven solution to build high-performing teams. A recent Gallup study of 1.2 million employees in 7 industries and 45 countries measured the value of Strengths-based interventions on workgroup performance: results are proven.
- 7% higher customer engagement
- 15% increase in engaged employees
- 19% increased sales
- 29% increased profit
- 59% fewer safety incidents
- 72% lower turnover
* Gallup "Strengths-Based Employee Development: The Business Results," July 7, 2016 by J. Brandon Rigoni Ph.D., Gallup Associate Director for Selection and Development and Jim Asplund, Chief Scientist, Gallup Strengths-Based Development and Performance Impact Consulting.
Informing—Empowering—Engaging your teams using the science of Strengths helps identify the team’s top strengths to allow you to tap into the natural talents of employees. The strengths process for teams puts you on the path to agile-cohesive teams, higher employee engagement, employee satisfaction, and employee retention.