The three levels that apply to this revolutionary approach to growth and development are the philosophical, strategic and systems.
At the philosophical level, it is a guide to personal and professional life. When an individual is focusing on their strengths they have more direction, hope and confidence. They understand that by focusing on their strengths and managing their weaknesses, they have the best opportunity for excellence.
Strategic is the second level of the strengths’ theory. At this level it is about decision making. People make better decisions when they rely on their talents. Talents are a natural pattern of thinking, feeling and behaving.
The last level is the systems level. At this level people use the strengths’ theory to develop those around them to strive toward excellence. High performing organizations know it is about the quality of the human resource. And, the best way to have an engaged workforce is to focus on their strengths.
Organizations that utilize this theory will be the leaders, regardless of the type of organization it is. Those that invest in the Strengths’ Theory will outperform others at the personal, team, and organizational level.
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