Downloadable StrengthsFinder Resources For Managers and Teams
Questions You've Asked About Using StrengthsFinder In A Corporate Setting
How Can You Apply StrengthsFinder To Regular Work Situations?
Is StrengthsFinder Good For Team Building? Will it help us resolve our differences?
Will StrengthsFinder Give People Permission To Be Lazy And Avoid Work They Don't Like?
Will StrengthsFinder Make People Want To Quit? Will it address job fit?
What's Better For Team Building And Team Culture - StrengthsFinder or DISC?
StrengthsFinder 2.0 Team Application: Learn About Each CliftonStrengths Talent Theme
Personal Application: Read Examples From Each CliftonStrengths Talent Theme
Career Q&A and Strengths-Focused Interviews
Resources That Show The ROI and Make A Business Case For StrengthsFinder
Finally, What In The World Is The Correct Name?
People often ask: Is it officially called StrengthsFinder, CliftonStrengths, StrengthsFinder 2.0?
It gets crazier when people try to spell it. Where does the "S" go? Is it StrengthsFinder or StrengthFinders or StrengthsFinders? It's StrengthsFinder - think of it like the tool being the finder, so there's only one finder. And you have many strengths, so that part is plural.
Then combine the "S" question with whether it has a space. Is it Strengths Finder or Strengths Finders or Strengths Finder? It's StrengthsFinder. It's all one word.
Then, layer in the fact that the assessment is now officially known as CliftonStrengths to honor Donald Clifton, the psychologist who originally created the tool. Many of us, inside and outside of Gallup still use the "StrengthsFinder" terminology because it's what our clients know and use. The book StrengthsFinder 2.0 is so popular (I've heard that it's the #1 selling book on all of Amazon) that it creates an ongoing momentum for that name. So think of it like this: CliftonStrengths is the formal name, while StrengthsFinder is a nickname and book name.