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Team success depends on the manager because:

  • Managers support individual and team performance.
  • Managers have complex — and rewarding — responsibilities.
  • Managers can singlehandedly change a team for the better.

Read this blog by Gallup's Chairman and CEO Jim Clifton to learn where you can start on your search for highly productive and successful teams.


New Report Launch
The CliftonStrengths for Managers report is here!
On May 27, we launched our new CliftonStrengths for Managers report. But this is more than a new report — it's an opportunity to bring strengths-based development and insights to one of the most influential roles: the manager.

Discover your top 10 CliftonStrengths and learn how to use them to propel your own and your team's success.

The CliftonStrengths for Managers report has already helped individuals — from coaches, HR leaders, managers and those aspiring to be managers — discover and use their strengths:

"I just got done reading my CliftonStrengths for Managers report and it is mind-boggling how on-point and insightful it is."

"I love the new report; it is super practical."

"This fits perfectly into our new manager development curriculum."


What We're Watching
We've Helped Over One Million Managers Be Better at Their Job

Managers either make a company grow or they make it fall behind. There is no in between, and many managers don't know the best way to manage. But we know that the best way to manage a team is your way.

Learn how you can manage best and continue your professional development with the CliftonStrengths for Managers report.

Have more questions? Check out this webinar for more information. View Product Preview: CliftonStrengths for Managers Report.


New Content
The Employee Experience Begins and Ends With the Manager

We've been talking a lot about managers lately, but for a good reason: Managers — more than any other factor — influence team engagement and performance. That's not an exaggeration: 70% of the variance in team engagement is determined solely by the manager.

Check out these articles and webcasts that are all about the manager:

How Influential Is a Good Manager?
We've studied over 1 million managers. Here's what we discovered about those who have the most success.
Gallup Finds a Silver Bullet: Coach Me Once Per Week
The practice of management is broken, but Gallup has found the fix. It all starts with a conversation.
How to Coach Using the CliftonStrengths for Managers Report Join Austin Suellentrop, CliftonStrengths portfolio manager, as he walks through strategies, approaches and conversations coaches should be having with managers.


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