At the heart of the strengths revolution is a simple decree: The great organization must not only accommodate the fact that each employee is different, it must capitalize on these differences. It must watch for clues to each employee’s natural talents and then position and develop each employee so that his or her talents are transformed into bona fide strengths.
Authors: Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D., Marcus Buckingham
Source: Gallup Management Journal
Subjects: Management, Organizational Behavior