”You're wasting payroll dollars every time you make people do things ‘my way’. The ‘right’ way to do any job is the way that is most effective (and preferably enjoyable) for the person who has to do it.“ – Gus Griffin
Are you making the best possible use of your natural strengths?
Are you performing the right role at work to have the greatest possible impact on outcomes?
Does your enterprise have enough people with the right genius matched to key roles to actually achieve its mission?
More often than not, Human Resources screeners make the answering of such questions far more complicated than it needs to be. The simple exercise below—based on the latest research into natural aptitudes—provides in just a few minutes the definitive answers required to manage these vital factors effectively.
Complete this quick inventory and you will find out how to put your best foot forward at work. (It's not a test: there are no right or wrong answers, only choices which reflect personal preferences.) Get your whole team to do it and it will reveal where you are under-utilising valuable talent—and also how you can each support one another more effectively.
In each question below (A & B), click on the circle next to the option which seems easiest or not for you. (Be sure to answer according to what does and doesn't feel natural to you personally, not what other people may want you to focus on.)