Our most common behaviors are the strengths we use to navigate situations with other people, whether that’s in a one-on-one conversation with a co-worker, a team meeting, or while interacting with an important client. The Strengths Portrait provides an accurate picture of how we prioritize those strengths, and this helps us better pick the right strengths for any given situation.
The Strengths Portrait https://totalsdi.com/assessments/strengths-portrait/ tells a story of 28 strengths, or behaviors, that people value and commonly use when they interact with each other. The assessment provides an opportunity to rank the 28 strengths to produce a picture of a person’s most and least important ways of relating to other people. This sets the stage for understanding how using different behaviors can help achieve better results.