See the research, success stories, and insights behind the power of Core Strengths.
For managers to succeed in retaining employees and keeping them engaged, they must become relationally intelligent. By understanding the unique motivations, values, and strengths of each team member, they can tailor their leadership approach to meet the needs of each individual and develop a more engaged and productive team.
If the goal of a performance review is to improve your employees’ performance, you need managers who understand their employees’ individual strengths, motivations, and values.
This guide provides managers with a framework to conduct performance reviews in a meaningful way, and that shows they care about their employees’ growth and wellbeing. In it, we provide 6 things managers can do all year long and in the days leading up to a review to cultivate a healthy relationship and review process.
Hear how a Fortune 500, a government agency, and a global retailer leverage Core Strengths to improve collaboration, build better teams, and coach for performance.