As a financial advisor, you've invested in stocks and bonds. But how do you invest in strengths? If you invested in a stock and received a return of 20%, you would be pretty happy, right? Well, when leaders focus on employees' strengths, the odds of those employees being engaged goes up 800%.

A Gallup Organization study on the topic of leadership — based on over 20,000 interviews and more than one million work teams — revealed that the most effective leaders are always investing in strengths. Increased employee engagement means better service for your clients and a more productive staff. But what would that mean for your business?

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