Editor’s note: I’ve followed this concept since it started and have taken the Clifton test a few times. I got back into it over recent months because I am putting teams together on various businesses and non-profits we are working with. Rath’s concept for teams is as strong and simple as the strengths finder concept itself: 1. You don’t build a team by overcoming individuals’ weaknesses and 2. No one is (or should be) good at everything.
Excerpt: “Although individuals need not be well-rounded, teams should be.”