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Relationship Intelligence Makes Its Mobile Debut With Release Of The Core Strengths Mobile App

Core Strengths’ mobile app helps teams discover more about themselves, build trust with each other, and develop team Relationship Intelligence – so they can get more done together

Core Strengths announced , the release of their Core Strengths mobile app, an extension of their award-winning SDI 2.0 assessment and platform. The mobile app offers a new way for work teams to instantly access what matters most to their colleagues. It shows how each team member uses their strengths, experiences conflict, and it provides individualized communication tips based on each member’s preferences. This on-demand insight helps teams see each other clearly – improving understanding, appreciation, and productive collaboration.

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“We’re thrilled to be able to provide immediate relationship insight with our new app,” says Tim Scudder, author, and principal at Core Strengths. “It gives people ideas about how to improve their daily interactions – all customized based on different personalities and SDI 2.0 assessment results.”

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With the Core Strengths app, users can:

  • Develop self and team-awareness to build a high-trust workplace
  • Compare communication styles and get personalized insight so interactions are more productive
  • Embrace diverse perspectives and navigate conflict with respect

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According to the National Business Research Institute, employee satisfaction increases nearly 50% when workers develop close relationships on the job, and 77% of employees list relationships with coworkers as a priority to drive engagement. Stronger connections between employees led to less workplace conflict, an issue that costs organizations $360 billion in paid hours annually.

However, only 5% of workers agree their organization helps them build stronger personal relationships. The Core Strengths mobile app gives teams instant relationship-improving insight, helping them embrace their diversity, navigate conflict, and deliver better results together.

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