Let’s talk Strengths!
In 1928, Dr. William Marston presented in his book Emotions of Normal People that our behavior, motivation, method of connecting, and strengths could be categorized into four primary quadrants: Dominant, Influencing, Steady and Compliant.
While each of us are, to a large degree, a combination of each style, we have one that is primary and then likely a secondary style. With each style, there are corresponding strengths, motivators, and methods of connection.
Here are some key strengths found in each of the 4 Primary quadrants.
For a more in depth report of your strengths, communication style, motivation, and the way others can connect and bring out your best, click here for our Strengths Report.