The Groundbreaking New Strengths Assessment from the Leader of the Strengths Revolution
by Marcus Buckingham;
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Millions of people have taken Gallup organization?s 'StengthsFinder' and discovered their top five strengths. As the co-creator of that test and co-author of the book that launched the ?strengths revolution,? New York Times best-selling author Marcus Buckingham has spent the last decade leading people and organizations into a place of strength.
But something always seemed to be missing. Wherever he went, Buckingham heard two consistent gaps in the 'StrengthsFinder' results. From professionals: ?I love knowing what?s strong about me, but what am I supposed to do with it?? From managers: ?I have too many people on my team to keep all their strengths straight in my head. There?s too much information to use it practically in my day-to-day leadership.?
'StandOut' starts where 'StrengthsFinder' ends. Using a massive data set and rigorous statistical testing, this next-generation strength test not only affirms what is strong about people but gives them?everyone, the bosses, the executives, the people in the middle?hyperpractical tools to leverage their strengths every day so they can win at work.
Standout Paperback by Marcus Buckingham was published by Thomas Nelson in August 2011 and is our 37977th best seller. The ISBN for Standout Paperback is 9780849948886.
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Details for Standout Paperback
|Page last updated||13th November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Marcus Buckingham|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (August 2011)|
|Number of Pages||240|