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Episode Info: To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: http://on.gallup.com/1i5OXhq. On this episode of Builder Talent Tuesday Season One, Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, discuss the Relationship talent with guest Torin Perez. People who are especially talented in the Relationship talent have strong interpersonal skills that allow them to build a robust and diverse personal network. They rely on relationships to access resources and information essential to the success of their business. They have a high social awareness. They share experiences, exchange ideas and make new contacts with people inside and outside the industry. They have a robust and diversified network that they use effectively for the survival and success of the business. If you are coming across a leader with high Relationship you may find that they are attracting and maintaining a constituency. They build mutually beneficial relationships. They tend to use this talent to access internal and external resources. Individuals with this talent can forge relationships quite quickly and easily. These relationships can be with employees, customers or even other entrepreneurs. These relationships are deeper than just surface level, and tend to span longer than just the project. People high in this talent tend to long for a more holistic definition of that relationship. They see themselves as having a deeper connection with individuals both inside and outside of work. People high in Relationship tend to have a positive attitude, and a personal integrity that builds trust. The relationships that they build with others is their greatest asset. They are usually good at breaking down any barriers, helping people feel safe and stable and exuding themselves as a partner you can trust. They tend to understand that success, especially in business, tends to be a collaborative effort. Knowing and understanding this tends to set people with this talent up to make the most of this. They are constantly stretching their circle and making it wider. If you are somebody who is drawn to relationships, you don’t tend to be naturally selective about them. Sometimes bigger is not always better. Help remind yourself to be selective about the deep associations that you form. Help yourself be more strategic about how to focus on the relationships that you already have, and how you can turn them from just a m
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