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Heather Nester
Strengths Insight Report
SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 07-05-2016
DON CLIFTON
Father of Strengths Psychology and
Inventor of CliftonStrengths
(Heather Nester)
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved.
1
Heather Nester
SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 07-05-2016
Your Top 5 Themes
1. Intellection
2. Competition
3. Input
4. Achiever
5. Deliberative
868323882 (Heather Nester)
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Intellection
SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION
People who are especially talented in the Intellection theme are characterized by their intellectual
activity. They are introspective and appreciate intellectual discussions.
YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS
What makes you stand out?
Because of your strengths, you eagerly welcome opportunities to think out loud about ideas, theories,
or philosophies. You derive pleasure from conversations that force you to ponder matters that exist
only in the realm of thought, not in reality. Driven by your talents, you have new ideas whirling around
in your head much of the time. You are very interested in solving problems, conceiving new concepts,
designing plans, or understanding everyday matters. By nature, you are comfortable saying, “I am a
fine educator.” You probably converse with others in your field about ideas, theories, or concepts to
gather the latest thinking. Using these insights, you are apt to draw your students into discussions that
entice them to explore topics. You want them to really understand the subject rather than memorize a
few facts just to pass a test. Chances are good that you might set aside a block of time each week to
simply think about what you need to do. Perhaps this practice has contributed to some of your
accomplishments as a solo performer. It’s very likely that you think carefully about particular matters.
You might enjoy reflecting on certain people and/or circumstances in your life. Perhaps you rely less
on emotion and more on logic to draw reasonable conclusions about specific issues. You may tend to
use your mind rather than your heart when critical judgments must be made. Sometimes you are most
comfortable when you are alone with your thoughts. Maybe you have little need to be constantly
surrounded by talkative people.
Competition
SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION
People who are especially talented in the Competition theme measure their progress against the
performance of others. They strive to win first place and revel in contests.
868323882 (Heather Nester)
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved.
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YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS
What makes you stand out?
Because of your strengths, you are hardwired to work industriously. You willingly devote hours and
energy to your job or studies. When you know your scores, ratings, rankings, or performance might be
compared to the results of others, you might redouble your efforts to be the best. Instinctively, you
might prefer to enroll in a difficult class rather than register for the easiest one. Perhaps comparing
how well you are doing in relation to others has meaning only when you earn the best grades in the
hardest courses. To some extent, you crave recognition for your knowledge and winning spirit. It’s
very likely that you might be enthused about what you can accomplish in the coming months, years,
or decades. Perhaps your ability to think about the future feeds your desire to be “number one” or the
very best in certain areas of your life. By nature, you may choose to participate in certain types of
tournaments, games, rivalries, or matches. Why? Perhaps they provide you with opportunities to
compare your greatest talents, skills, and knowledge with those of others. Sometimes you aim for the
top award from the outset. You might have little interest in second place because you always aim for
the top award. Chances are good that you can occasionally see yourself being declared the very best
or “number one” at some point in the future. Perhaps the chances for your outstanding performance
increase in proportion to how intrigued you are with an activity.
Input
SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION
People who are especially talented in the Input theme have a craving to know more. Often they like to
collect and archive all kinds of information.
YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS
What makes you stand out?
Instinctively, you may be a history buff — that is, someone who enjoys studying the past. Once in a
while, you are drawn to firsthand accounts of global conflicts. You attempt to link specific people to
certain events. Occasionally you trace timelines to broaden your knowledge. Perhaps you examine
some of the major battles from the perspective of foes, allies, or neutral parties. The sum of your
findings might allow you to determine what started or eventually ended each war. Because of your
strengths, you occasionally broaden your vocabulary by memorizing a few theoretical, job-specific, or
complicated words. In a somewhat organized manner, you might examine the multiple meanings
attached to a particular term. Perhaps you memorize several of its definitions so you can use the
same word in numerous ways. Thus, you may be able to express specific ideas in minute detail. In
868323882 (Heather Nester)
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved.
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certain cases, your message is so clear that there is little room for confusion. Chances are good that
you sometimes use academic-sounding words to talk about your ideas or areas of expertise. Perhaps
you have invested time in broadening your vocabulary by looking up words in the dictionary and
committing their meanings to memory. It’s very likely that you may be able to figure out what makes
each person special. You might talk to, observe, or study individuals who produce nothing less than
excellence to identify what inspires them. You might prefer to associate with those who insist on
taking something good and making it better. When you understand what drives a person, perhaps you
can motivate him or her to transform whatever was made better into something superb. By nature,
you sometimes ask people questions so you can collect background information. Maybe the insights
you gather make it a bit easier to pinpoint what makes this person totally different from everyone else.
You might be fascinated by the diversity of human beings. You might amass enough facts about
specific individuals to prevent others from stereotyping them. Because no two people are the same,
you try to decipher who works well with whom.
Achiever
SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION
People who are especially talented in the Achiever theme have a great deal of stamina and work
hard. They take great satisfaction from being busy and productive.
YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS
What makes you stand out?
By nature, you approach your work-related or academic assignments with a great deal of intensity.
You are known for putting in long hours and working hard. Driven by your talents, you often go out of
your way to stay informed about newsworthy topics. Numerous people probably count on you to tell
them about information updates, due dates, meeting changes, or special assignments. Instinctively,
you do a fine job of imparting knowledge to individuals. You spend a lot of time preparing appropriate
stories, vivid examples, graphic illustrations, or useful materials to enliven your training sessions.
Chances are good that you sometimes enjoy launching new initiatives. Perhaps you have a reputation
for knowing how to get projects moving forward. Because of your strengths, you sometimes delight in
working or studying by yourself. When you team up with people, you might be disappointed when they
fail to appreciate your ability to outperform them. A few individuals may be threatened by your work
ethic, persistence, or diligence.
868323882 (Heather Nester)
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved.
5
Deliberative
SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION
People who are especially talented in the Deliberative theme are best described by the serious care
they take in making decisions or choices. They anticipate the obstacles.
YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS
What makes you stand out?
Driven by your talents, you may be naturally reserved. Now and then, you carefully consider what you
say or do. This partially explains why you let someone else begin discussions. Perhaps you prefer to
listen to others talk. As a result, you might know what certain individuals are thinking or feeling. Even
when you have had lots of interesting experiences, you try to keep them to yourself. By nature, you
might choose your friends with care and caution. Some of these individuals may share your reputation
for doing exactly what they say they will do. Perhaps your most enduring friendships are built on this
foundation of mutual trust. Chances are good that you may prefer to have a small circle of close
friends with whom you feel safe sharing just about anything. Because of your strengths, you might
embody the proverb “Still waters run deep” — that is, quiet people are profound thinkers. You
sometimes present yourself as an earnest and dignified individual. Certain people may benefit from
your clear-sightedness. Others may appreciate your sympathetic understanding or your penetrating
insights. It’s very likely that you may be earnest, solemn, or businesslike when circumstances require
socially correct behavior. Perhaps you thoroughly study certain things before making decisions,
designing plans, or taking action.
868323882 (Heather Nester)
© 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Strength Finders Report

  • 1. Heather Nester Strengths Insight Report SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 07-05-2016 DON CLIFTON Father of Strengths Psychology and Inventor of CliftonStrengths (Heather Nester) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 1
  • 2. Heather Nester SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 07-05-2016 Your Top 5 Themes 1. Intellection 2. Competition 3. Input 4. Achiever 5. Deliberative 868323882 (Heather Nester) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 2
  • 3. Intellection SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Intellection theme are characterized by their intellectual activity. They are introspective and appreciate intellectual discussions. YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? Because of your strengths, you eagerly welcome opportunities to think out loud about ideas, theories, or philosophies. You derive pleasure from conversations that force you to ponder matters that exist only in the realm of thought, not in reality. Driven by your talents, you have new ideas whirling around in your head much of the time. You are very interested in solving problems, conceiving new concepts, designing plans, or understanding everyday matters. By nature, you are comfortable saying, “I am a fine educator.” You probably converse with others in your field about ideas, theories, or concepts to gather the latest thinking. Using these insights, you are apt to draw your students into discussions that entice them to explore topics. You want them to really understand the subject rather than memorize a few facts just to pass a test. Chances are good that you might set aside a block of time each week to simply think about what you need to do. Perhaps this practice has contributed to some of your accomplishments as a solo performer. It’s very likely that you think carefully about particular matters. You might enjoy reflecting on certain people and/or circumstances in your life. Perhaps you rely less on emotion and more on logic to draw reasonable conclusions about specific issues. You may tend to use your mind rather than your heart when critical judgments must be made. Sometimes you are most comfortable when you are alone with your thoughts. Maybe you have little need to be constantly surrounded by talkative people. Competition SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Competition theme measure their progress against the performance of others. They strive to win first place and revel in contests. 868323882 (Heather Nester) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 3
  • 4. YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? Because of your strengths, you are hardwired to work industriously. You willingly devote hours and energy to your job or studies. When you know your scores, ratings, rankings, or performance might be compared to the results of others, you might redouble your efforts to be the best. Instinctively, you might prefer to enroll in a difficult class rather than register for the easiest one. Perhaps comparing how well you are doing in relation to others has meaning only when you earn the best grades in the hardest courses. To some extent, you crave recognition for your knowledge and winning spirit. It’s very likely that you might be enthused about what you can accomplish in the coming months, years, or decades. Perhaps your ability to think about the future feeds your desire to be “number one” or the very best in certain areas of your life. By nature, you may choose to participate in certain types of tournaments, games, rivalries, or matches. Why? Perhaps they provide you with opportunities to compare your greatest talents, skills, and knowledge with those of others. Sometimes you aim for the top award from the outset. You might have little interest in second place because you always aim for the top award. Chances are good that you can occasionally see yourself being declared the very best or “number one” at some point in the future. Perhaps the chances for your outstanding performance increase in proportion to how intrigued you are with an activity. Input SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Input theme have a craving to know more. Often they like to collect and archive all kinds of information. YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? Instinctively, you may be a history buff — that is, someone who enjoys studying the past. Once in a while, you are drawn to firsthand accounts of global conflicts. You attempt to link specific people to certain events. Occasionally you trace timelines to broaden your knowledge. Perhaps you examine some of the major battles from the perspective of foes, allies, or neutral parties. The sum of your findings might allow you to determine what started or eventually ended each war. Because of your strengths, you occasionally broaden your vocabulary by memorizing a few theoretical, job-specific, or complicated words. In a somewhat organized manner, you might examine the multiple meanings attached to a particular term. Perhaps you memorize several of its definitions so you can use the same word in numerous ways. Thus, you may be able to express specific ideas in minute detail. In 868323882 (Heather Nester) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 4
  • 5. certain cases, your message is so clear that there is little room for confusion. Chances are good that you sometimes use academic-sounding words to talk about your ideas or areas of expertise. Perhaps you have invested time in broadening your vocabulary by looking up words in the dictionary and committing their meanings to memory. It’s very likely that you may be able to figure out what makes each person special. You might talk to, observe, or study individuals who produce nothing less than excellence to identify what inspires them. You might prefer to associate with those who insist on taking something good and making it better. When you understand what drives a person, perhaps you can motivate him or her to transform whatever was made better into something superb. By nature, you sometimes ask people questions so you can collect background information. Maybe the insights you gather make it a bit easier to pinpoint what makes this person totally different from everyone else. You might be fascinated by the diversity of human beings. You might amass enough facts about specific individuals to prevent others from stereotyping them. Because no two people are the same, you try to decipher who works well with whom. Achiever SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Achiever theme have a great deal of stamina and work hard. They take great satisfaction from being busy and productive. YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? By nature, you approach your work-related or academic assignments with a great deal of intensity. You are known for putting in long hours and working hard. Driven by your talents, you often go out of your way to stay informed about newsworthy topics. Numerous people probably count on you to tell them about information updates, due dates, meeting changes, or special assignments. Instinctively, you do a fine job of imparting knowledge to individuals. You spend a lot of time preparing appropriate stories, vivid examples, graphic illustrations, or useful materials to enliven your training sessions. Chances are good that you sometimes enjoy launching new initiatives. Perhaps you have a reputation for knowing how to get projects moving forward. Because of your strengths, you sometimes delight in working or studying by yourself. When you team up with people, you might be disappointed when they fail to appreciate your ability to outperform them. A few individuals may be threatened by your work ethic, persistence, or diligence. 868323882 (Heather Nester) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 5
  • 6. Deliberative SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION People who are especially talented in the Deliberative theme are best described by the serious care they take in making decisions or choices. They anticipate the obstacles. YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS What makes you stand out? Driven by your talents, you may be naturally reserved. Now and then, you carefully consider what you say or do. This partially explains why you let someone else begin discussions. Perhaps you prefer to listen to others talk. As a result, you might know what certain individuals are thinking or feeling. Even when you have had lots of interesting experiences, you try to keep them to yourself. By nature, you might choose your friends with care and caution. Some of these individuals may share your reputation for doing exactly what they say they will do. Perhaps your most enduring friendships are built on this foundation of mutual trust. Chances are good that you may prefer to have a small circle of close friends with whom you feel safe sharing just about anything. Because of your strengths, you might embody the proverb “Still waters run deep” — that is, quiet people are profound thinkers. You sometimes present yourself as an earnest and dignified individual. Certain people may benefit from your clear-sightedness. Others may appreciate your sympathetic understanding or your penetrating insights. It’s very likely that you may be earnest, solemn, or businesslike when circumstances require socially correct behavior. Perhaps you thoroughly study certain things before making decisions, designing plans, or taking action. 868323882 (Heather Nester) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 6