What do the greatest leaders in the world have in common? It isn't a shared set of talents, a palpable sense of charisma, or a fancy title. No, the greatest leaders in the world share this one trait:

They know their strengths, and they work in them almost all the time.

That's it.

Unfortunately, understanding and focusing on our strengths instead of weaknesses is incredibly counter-intuitive. Don't believe us? Quick test: What does your yearly performance review at work focus on? All the many things you did well? Didn't think so. Next question: Your child comes home with four "A's" and one "C" on their report card... which do you focus on?

Learning to work in our strengths is a process. But we can help you and your team do it. Conflicts will diminish. Productivity will increase. Turnover will nosedive. Wellbeing will rise. Collaboration will skyrocket.

What are you waiting for?

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