If you have the Individualization® strength based on a CliftonStrengths® assessment, you find the unique qualities of individual people fascinating. You don’t like generalizations because it diminishes what is unique about each person. Rather than paint everyone or even groups of people with on wide brush, you get caught up in the individual brush strokes that make every person unique.
As its name implies, someone who has the Includer® strength wants to include everyone in the group. Life is one big happy family, and everyone is invited. These individuals tend to avoid groups that are exclusive in membership favoring groups anyone can join instead.
People who have the Harmony® strength according to Gallup CliftonStrengths® believe there is little to gain from conflict. They seek to avoid it whenever possible, preferring harmonious exchanges instead.
People who have Empathy as a strength are intuitively able to understand the views of others and can often find the right tone and words to invite productive conversations. They display compassion and hopefulness. They also have the ability to help others express how they feel not only to others but to themselves as well.