Chapter 2

Identifying Your Strengths

If you know your strengths and interests—and how to keep them charged—you can play them off the assets of others and make yourself a desirable employee for any company. No matter what your Birkman results are, they will show your potential to any company looking to balance its staff with a variety of competent employees. They also will show how to improve your approach and performance in any situation.

“Look at your Birkman and be proud of it!” says Jan Brandenbarg, senior consultant in the Netherlands. “Just look at what you can do in a better way or a different way. The main thing is you learn to accept ...

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