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Donald O. Clifton

Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D. (1924-2003) was a chairman of Gallup, was named the Father of Strengths-Based Psychology by the American Psychological Association. Donald O. Clifton is also the author of How Full is Your Bucket?. Advertisements

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Robert Bruce Shaw

Robert Bruce Shaw is a consultant in leadership development, in organizational and team performance. Robert Bruce Shaw is also the Author of Leadership Blindspots: : How Successful Leaders Identify and Overcome the Weaknesses That Matter.

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StandOut 2.0: assess your strengths, find your edge, win at work by Marcus Buckingham

the StandOut assessment calculates your two leading strength roles, pinpoints what you can do to channel them, and describes your particular power when these top-two roles combine. Continue reading

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StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath

What happens when you’re not in the “strengths zone”? You’re quite simply a very different person. In the workplace, you are six times less likely to be engaged in your job. When you’re not able to use your strengths at work, chances are that you: dread going to work have more negative than positive interactions with your colleagues treat your customers poorly tell your friends what a miserable company you work for achieve less on a daily basis have fewer positive and creative moments. Continue reading

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