CliftonStrengths Domains: Executing | Strategic Thinking | Influencing | Relationship Building

CliftonStrengths Domains: Executing | Strategic Thinking | Influencing | Relationship Building


It’s important to realize that those 34
themes are built on more than 70 years of interviews of research of observation
into what goes right when people succeed. We also have a way to simplify these 34
into four different domains, and that comes from supplemental research about
how do leaders lead. So your strengths domains essentially answer the question,
how do I make sense of the world on a greater scale than just my individual
themes. There are four of them; Executing, Strategic Thinking, Relationship Building,
and Influencing. When leaders look at those domains and fill in a team strengths grid, and they start understanding where are we as a
team, what is our strongest domain, that tells us something about how the team
works together. And again, I think it just amplifies where do we go first, what is
our default when we have a project. Now what we found is that what predicts the success of a team is not being balanced in all four domains, but knowing your
strengths. So if a team knows who they are, how they get things done, that is a far
bigger predictive of success than having balance in all four domains.

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