1. Strengths are near perfect performance in an activity, which one can do consistently.
2. Human beings have a fixation with faults and under value the importance of strengths.
3. We spend our entire lives trying to minimize the impact of our weakness and do not capitalize on our strengths.
4. Organizations promote people based on their acquired skills rather than their natural talent. Instead, we must believe in the right assumptions that each person’s talent is unique and his or her greatest room for growth lies in the strengths.
5. To succeed in life we need to identify our strengths and play around them for success.
6. Most organizations and individuals believe in two inherent flawed assumptions that each person can learn to be competent in almost everything and secondly, each person’s greatest room for growth is his or her areas of weaknesses
|No of pages||260|
|Published Date||20 Jun 2005|
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