The Gallup Test is a common name for the psychometric instrument CliftonStrengths, formerly called StrengthsFinder, developed by the Gallup Institute, which forms the bulk of its revenue. The test was invented by Don Clifton and is known also as the Gallup Strengths Assessment or Clifton Strengths Test. It is an online personality-assessment tool that focuses on 34 themes that make up the user's personality; Gallup uses the tool as part of its consulting. The test is widely used when assessing candidates or considering employees for internal promotions. The 34 themes are divided into 4 categories: strategic thinking: Analytical, Context, Futuristic, Ideation, Input, Intellection, Learner and Strategic; relationship building: Adaptability, Connectedness, Developer, Empathy, Harmony, Includer, Individualization, Positivity, Relator; influencing: Activator, Command, Communication, Competition, Maximizer, Self-Assurance, Significance, Woo; and Executing: Achiever, Arranger, Belief, Consistency, Deliberative, Discipline, Focus, Responsibility, Restorative.


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