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Strengths-Based Leadership Report (with your personalized Strengths Insights) © 2000, 2006-2012 GALLUP, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Strengths-Based Leadership Report

(with your personalized Strengths Insights)

© 2000, 2006-2012 GALLUP, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Strengths-Based Leadership Report (with your personalized Strengths Insights) © 2000, 2006-2012 GALLUP, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Strengths-Based Leadership Report SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 01-14-2016 Leader: Michelle Duesberry-Woody Gallup found that it serves a
Strengths-Based Leadership Report SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 01-14-2016 Leader: Michelle Duesberry-Woody Gallup found that it serves a

Strengths-Based Leadership Report

SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 01-14-2016

Leader: Michelle Duesberry-Woody

Gallup found that it serves a team well to have a representation of strengths in each of the four domains of leadership strength: Executing, Influencing, Relationship Building, and Strategic Thinking. Instead of one dominant leader who tries to do everything or individuals who all have similar strengths, contributions from all four domains lead to a strong and cohesive team. This doesn't mean that each person on a team must have strengths exclusively in a single category. In most cases, each team member will possess some strength in multiple domains.

According to our latest research, the 34 Clifton StrengthsFinder themes naturally cluster into these four domains of leadership strength. See below for how your top five themes sort into the four domains. As you think about how you can contribute to a team and who you need to surround yourself with, this may be a good starting point.

Your Top Five Clifton StrengthsFinder Themes

Executing

Influencing

Relationship Building

Strategic Thinking

Achiever

Communication

Developer

 

Belief

     

Responsibility

     
       
       

Your Personalized Strengths Insights

Communication

It’s very likely that you love to talk with others, especially when you are in a group exchanging information, ideas, opinions, stories, or jokes. You can spontaneously share your thoughts and feelings with people. Instinctively, you are comfortable telling others stories about your personal habits, qualities, experiences, or background. Your forthcoming nature probably enables others to share their thoughts and feelings with you. Chances are good that you probably derive far less

satisfaction from your work or studies when you are separated from your friends. Partnering with them
satisfaction from your work or studies when you are separated from your friends. Partnering with them

satisfaction from your work or studies when you are separated from your friends. Partnering with them usually motivates you to work very hard to complete tasks and reach goals. Driven by your talents, you like to amuse people with your stories. Your stories probably provide people with pleasant distractions from their daily routines, worries, and obligations. Because of your strengths, you demonstrate an ease with language. You effortlessly verbalize your thoughts. You relish the opportunity to share your insights. You derive pleasure from actively participating in conversations when group members propose ideas, seek solutions, or debate issues.

Achiever

Instinctively, you set very high expectations for yourself. Typically you push yourself until you reach your goals. You are not content unless you deliver the best performance or produce the most outstanding results. It’s very likely that you typically check and double check your work. You need to ensure everything is in order. You likely adopt a serious-minded approach when evaluating the accuracy of reports, research results, evidence, data, or facts. Chances are good that you naturally resist being held back, restrained, or controlled by people or events. You much prefer to be in charge of situations, materials, schedules, budgets, human resources, processes, or decisions. Waiting for someone else to issue orders or level judgments certainly is not your forte — that is, strength. By nature, you ordinarily describe yourself as practical and realistic. You labor earnestly to find specialists who can help you figure out the right responses to questions. “Why reinvent the wheel?” you ask when they already know what to do. Because of your strengths, you probably set goals regarding the amount of recognition you give your coworkers. You aim to lavish them with compliments. Why? You want each person to feel valued and appreciated. Recipients of your abundant praise usually are eager to please you again. They often are willing to help whenever you ask.

Developer

It’s very likely that you place more importance on the purpose and value of what you do than on the monetary rewards that accompany success. Chances are good that you support the people around you by acknowledging their outstanding accomplishments and stellar performances. Driven by your talents, you are devoted to helping others. You keep serving, even to the point of your own detriment. You toil tirelessly for the benefit of people. You expect nothing in return. Exhausted as you are, you usually derive satisfaction from working on worthy causes with your friends. By nature, you capture others’ attention with your open and talkative style. You support and inspire people. You boost their confidence and support their resolve to respond to change, overcome obstacles, acquire new skills, gain knowledge, or reach lofty goals. Because of your strengths, you regularly look for opportunities to give people special attention. You celebrate their accomplishments. You tell them why you appreciate their knowledge, skills, and talents. You acknowledge their opinions and solicit their suggestions.

Belief

Instinctively, you often argue that people should be held to the highest moral standards. You insist that those who break the law be required to accept the consequences of their deeds. You have little sympathy for people who are caught in the act of taking things that do not belong to them. It’s very likely that you may point out issues, problems, or obstacles before others see them. Some people label you a pessimist. Perhaps you reply, “I’m just being realistic. I sometimes choose to fix things

before they wear out, break down, or become obsolete.” By nature, you frequently engage in laborious
before they wear out, break down, or become obsolete.” By nature, you frequently engage in laborious

before they wear out, break down, or become obsolete.” By nature, you frequently engage in laborious tasks. You yearn to dedicate yourself to worthy causes or noble purposes. Fortifying the bonds between yourself, the people you know, or even those you will never meet gives your life special meaning. Driven by your talents, you are naturally inclined to make sacrifices that benefit someone else. You enjoy being generous with your time, knowledge, skills, experiences, resources, or possessions. Because of your strengths, you choose to live your life in a way that benefits individuals and society as a whole. You are highly motivated to make the world a better place than you found it. Your ideals and core values influence how you spend your time and use your talents. You have a deep and abiding concern for others.

Responsibility

By nature, you periodically derive satisfaction from pulling newcomers or outsiders into discussions or friendly chitchat. Over time, you may have become more aware of your abilities or more accountable for your words and deeds. Maybe you claim to be more grown up than some of your coworkers, teammates, family members, classmates, or friends. Driven by your talents, you place a premium on doing everything correctly. Whatever you are involved in or associated with must typify — that is, symbolize — accuracy and precision. Your high standards demand exactness. Chances are good that you have a strong sense of commitment. It motivates you to make sure that things are carried through to completion even when difficulties arise. Instinctively, you are occasionally willing to be vulnerable. Perhaps you claim your talents or admit your weaknesses. Your openness may help some people know you better as a person. Your straightforward style may convince others you are honest, dependable, and reliable. It’s very likely that you are determined to be victorious. As much as you yearn to be “number one,” you know cheating is unacceptable. You probably experience remorse when you unintentionally take unfair advantage of anyone. You likely think finishing first counts only when you have followed all the rules just like everyone else.