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How Strengths in Numbers™ helps teams make the most of talent and collaboration
We honor individuals' greatest strengths and promote deeper understanding of people.
Successful teams come together, stay together and work together to pursue common goals.
High-performing teams maximize the contributions of the people and drive business results.
"For me, this process was a great way to see things that I intuitively knew about myself formalized as valuable strengths in the workplace. Instead of just using the generic term 'good team player,' now I know that I have an ability to bring people together around a common interest, or to be the glue that holds a team together. Being aware of this will help me note instances where I have used these skills in the past and spot these kinds of opportunities in the future."
How to use strengths to support our careers.
Podcaster Rezzan Huseyin interviews Ingrid Stabb about bringing greater awareness to our essential strengths. Huseyin probes the hard line Stabb takes on the one thing that each of us does uniquely well.