In today's fast-paced world, we all need to do more with less. We need to build strong teams of individuals who are highly productive and intrinsically motivated. How do you do that? By playing to your strengths. Teams with individuals who focus on strengths massively outperform teams with people who don't-they're more profitable, more productive, less likely to quit, less likely to have accidents on the job. Research shows that only 12% of people in the workplace play to their strengths "most of the time". At a time when organizations are trying to do more with fewer people, it's critical to engage each person's strengths, and do it at scale across the organization. The strengths movement isn't about making people happier; it's about making organizations more productive. It's about yield. The best companies are made up of great teams. And those teams have individuals who know their strengths, take them seriously and offer them up to the organization. This workshop begins to identify each individual’s strengths and weaknesses – to clearly understand the strengths approach and its benefits, to maximize and leverage strengths and minimize weaknesses across each team, and to increase team communication, cohesiveness, productivity, and internal customer satisfaction.