People want work that’s meaningful to them. Understanding where they’re strongest allows employees to connect with their company’s purpose.
People don’t really care about frivolous perks at work. They want to be developed in ways that tap their natural talents so they can succeed.
People want managers who can coach them to understand and apply their CliftonStrengths, and who value them as people and employees.
People want ongoing feedback and genuine discussions about how they’re doing, not a one-time and one-sided meeting.
People want the chance to do what they naturally do best, every day. Because weaknesses never turn into strengths, and strengths develop infinitely.
People want an authentic relationship with managers that includes talk about both work and life. They want to work somewhere that values their strengths and invests in their ongoing development.