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This review is from: Strengths Based Leadership: Great Leaders, Teams, and Why People Follow: A Landmark Study of Great Leaders, Teams, and the Reasons Why We Follow (Hardcover)
An interesting and thought-provoking read. I'd recommend the book itself, but I'm not entirely convinced by the online test - of the top three strengths it claimed for me, two made sense and one was totally mystifying - absolutely not an attribute that I think I am strong on (or at least nowhere near as strong as some of the others that it didn't pick). I speculate that too many of my answers were neutral (which was how I answered if I really couldn't pick one of the two options provided over the other). However, there is no chance to go back and retake the test in order to find out. If this is the case, it needs better instructions up front as to how to deal with questions where you agree equally with both. And the report it provides based on the test is no more illuminating than reading the book. So, read the book, consider what your strengths are & how best to use them, but don't expect too much more enlightenment from the online test.