Advantages are like a Ferrari engine: They can quickly get you where you want to go, but you need a map and a steering wheel. To give your organization a map and steering wheel, know what you’ve already got under the hood.
This starts by identifying each team member’s Advantages. Next, see how people cluster in certain areas. With this data, you can help each employee rise in value, and collaborate to improve overall results.
When my team and I work with an organization, we build a pie chart of the group’s primary Advantages, such as the one below, and compare it to our average population.
On the left you’ll see the average results of the first two hundred thousand participants in the Fascination Advantage ...