Source | OfficeVibe : By Jacob Shriar
Every employee has a desire to do great work. Companies need to create an environment where employees can achieve great work.
Like so many other processes, companies have great intentions but the way they go about them is all wrong.
Most companies focus on improving employees’ weaknesses, when they should be focusing on their strengths.
Marcus Buckingham, who worked at Gallup for 20 years researching employee engagement, discovered that the best performing leaders were the leaders that focused on their employees’ strengths.
People produce the best results when they make the most of their unique strengths rather than focusing on their weaknesses or perceived weaknesses.