Do you get frustrated when you hear a person being described with a generalization? You think, “that person is so much more,” because you know people can’t be defined by the groups they belong to.
If this resonates with you, you likely have the strengthsfinder individualization talent.
You see the potential for collaboration among those with diverse gifts and abilities
When you learn to develop your individualization talent into a strength, you can help others see everyone doesn’t just fit into a box. Instead, bring out the best in each person by highlighting what’s unique and distinctive about them.
SterengthsFinder, now CliftonStrengths, is an assessment based on strengths psychology. The fundamental premise is you will get farther by maxing out your strengths rather than trying to improve your weaknesses.
I’ve seen numerous leaders grow as they identified their talents and turned them into well-developed strengths. But you don’t have to be a leader to benefit from StrengthsFinder, and you can apply it to more than just work.
Understanding your strengths and weaknesses helps you better understand and live out your unique design.
Individualization is just one of the 34 different strengths measured by StengthsFinder. When you take the assessment, you will get back your top 5 strengths. You can pay for an ordered list of all 34, but I wouldn’t recommend that the first time you take the assessment.
Focus is critical to developing your strengths. Keeping just your top 5 in view helps you make meaningful growth in the areas of your life with the highest leverage and impact.
Learn to recognize behaviors when you're over-leveraging your strengths to the point that they become liabilities. And discover the path back to health.