CliftonStrengths™

CliftonStrengths™

By Gallup, Inc.

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2013-08-19
  • Current Version: 2.26
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 36.18 MB
  • Developer: Gallup, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 167 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
CliftonStrengths™ App Ratings: 3
3
Based on 167 App Reviews
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CliftonStrengths™ App Details

16+ MILLION PEOPLE have discovered their strengths, and now you can too! Use StrengthsFinder to discover your CliftonStrengths and understand how to use them to ACHIEVE SUCCESS. Decades of Gallup research has uncovered 34 CliftonStrengths that exist in everyone. Of these 34, each person has five unique SIGNATURE STRENGTHS that dominate their actions and behaviors. Join the millions of others who have discovered their signature strengths and are using them every day to be more ENGAGED, more PRODUCTIVE and HAPPIER. Use this app to: • Learn the 34 CliftonStrengths. • Discover your top 5 or all 34 CliftonStrengths.* • Understand what makes you unique. • Focus on what you do best. • Identify others’ unique talents. • Put yourself in the best position to achieve success. • View your strengths community and help others succeed. * Purchase required. People who use their strengths every day: • are six times more likely to be engaged in their jobs • are more than three times as likely to report having an excellent quality of life • have 7.8% greater productivity For more information, visit gallupstrengthscenter.com. ABOUT CLIFTONSTRENGTHS For decades, the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment has initiated the development of individuals across hundreds of roles -- from top business executives and managers to salespeople, nurses, lawyers, teachers, students, pastors, and more -- in various industries and cultures worldwide. In 2001, Gallup introduced the world to the original Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment with Now, Discover Your Strengths. The book became a New York Times bestseller and sold nearly 2 million copies. Its author, past Gallup chairman Dr. Donald O. Clifton, was named the Father of Strengths-Based Psychology by the American Psychological Association. In 2007, Gallup published StrengthsFinder 2.0 that included an improved version of its popular assessment. The book instantly became a Wall Street Journal, Businessweek, and USA Today bestseller and it has sold more than 3 million copies to date. Gallup has published more than half a dozen books focused on strengths-based development in various roles. All of these books have used the Clifton StrengthsFinder as the cornerstone of strengths discovery and personal improvement. Now you can take the same assessment that leaders, entrepreneurs, and millions of others have used to improve their lives and achieve success.

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App Reviews

  • Inaccurate and doesnt let you take the quiz twice

    1
    By Tslimms
    See title
  • Support needed

    3
    By Indy Jim
    I have had difficulty getting on parent Lee there are several user names associated with my name. I have taken the strengths finders assessment as well as the BP 10. I want them all consolidated under one user name and I have requested this. Last time I called in I spoke with the young man who told me he didn’t know anything about the app. So the app is kind of unusable for me at this point. I have requested whatever is out there under my name be consolidated under one user name.
  • Very limited value

    2
    By JoeAlliant
    I don’t like that you can’t access your reports or the videos. It does give both generic and personalized theme descriptions which is nice but the app just isn’t very robust.
  • Good to have... but...

    3
    By a duh?
    Two things: 1-the color domain bands are too thin so difficult to see. 2-the sharing feature is worthless as the contact you try to share with has to have an account to share. So then, I have to wait to get on a computer and send my PDF report. Stupid and time consuming. Clifton, if you would allow us to share to ANY contact, you could then mkt this wonderful assessment to those who have not yet purchased it themselves. Clifton would get more sales. Get with the times in the sharing economy!
  • Adequate

    4
    By Nesorneb
    The “basic” app is ,simply, a convenient list of your top 5 strengths including an explanation of each strength & in which domain they exist. You must pay $39.99 for upgrades functionality. In my opinion, it’s not worth it.
  • Frustrating app and website

    2
    By richnavs
    I accidentally removed someones profile from my community and we were never able to restore their profile on my community dashboard. It was just a quick click on the x and no confirmation and no way to get it back. Very frustrating.
  • Groups

    3
    By LScottDyer
    It’d be great to be able to archive people who are no longer in your community, and then be able to group others into specific categories...I.e. work, Family, Church, friends...etc
  • One time

    1
    By utuayuk
    I signed out, then tried signing back in to finish reading my results, and it’s not there. And I paid 19.99. Wow
  • Sharing Improvements

    3
    By lukejamesp
    This app is GREAT for individual use, but when sharing strengths with others, the strengths insight report is not made available through the app. It would be nice to not have go back to website when referring to a teammate or colleague to identify their personal strengths in more detail.
  • Usability problems

    3
    By maxhodges
    The font size is smaller than it should be on my iPhone X. Perhaps utilize landscape format? Add a back button. There is only a next button. On a few questions I wanted to change my answer after a bit more reflection but couldn’t because there is a question timer. So now I paid $50 or inaccurate results because I couldn’t correct my answer. That’s just bad UI/UX. On my talent ranking page, I can’t really tell the different between the blue and purple colors. Use more contrasty colors, or shoe more than a sliver of color so I can better understand by high and low ranking domains.

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