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StrengthsFinder is an online test, comprised of 177 questions. It takes approximately 35-45 minutes to take the StrengthsFinder test, and then you’re immediately given your results.
If you buy the StrengthsFinder book for $34, you’ll get an access code, which allows you to take the online test for free.
Now known as the CliftonStrengths Assessment, the test was developed by the Gallup organization. It was based on questions that Gallup posed to more than 1.7 million professionals, across various fields and industries. StrengthsFinder is based on more than 40 years of research and falls into a category of “positive psychology” tests – meaning that it focuses on your strengths, not your weaknesses.
The premise of the StrengthsFinder test is that if you’re using your strengths (in a project, job, career, or relationship), things will come easily to you and you’ll be more satisfied and happier. By employing these strengths, you will be more likely to obtain and sustain success.
If, on the other hand, you’re constantly required to employ traits that are your weaknesses, you could become frustrated and discouraged, and will be more likely to fail.
Today, over 23 million people have taken the StrengthsFinder test, as individuals and as teams. Individuals use StrengthsFinder to increase their self-awareness and get ideas both for jobs and careers. Teams use StrengthsFinder to learn more about each other and work together more effectively. Managers and executives use StrengthsFinder to hire employees, boost morale, and make decisions about how to build and manage teams.
For information about the StrengthsFinder test, or to schedule a free 45-minute consultation, please call (720) 312-8737, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please make note: Our office is in Denver, Colorado, and we help people throughout the United States and Canada.