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Fog and Nature

Working Genius

The Working Genius assessment is 20% personality and 80% productivity.


People who understand their genius show up to work happier, are more effective, and play well with others.

Working Genius Certified Facilitators are equipped to analyze and apply results to help individuals and teams leverage Working Genius to be more innovative, strategic, and effective.

Working with a Certified Facilitator can transform work for people by helping them:


  • Understand why they have been successful or unsuccessful in past endeavors

  • Clarify which types of work give joy and energy and which types are draining and difficult

  • Avoid making unfair and inaccurate judgments about one another’s motivation

  • Alleviate guilt about struggles people have with certain types of work

  • Improve dialogue and directives in team meetings

  • Make quick and concrete adjustments to roles and responsibilities to better tap into one another’s strengths, and avoid one another’s weaknesses

  • Get more done in less time

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Book a no obligation The 6 Types of Working Genius® meeting today!

Stormy Beach

Working Genius for Leaders

The best leaders are self-aware leaders.

As a result, they surround themselves with people who can fill their

own gaps and they are effective at tapping into those Geniuses.


This is about identifying a need and coming up with the idea of how to meet it. Ideation incorporates the first two Working Geniuses of Wonder and Invention. Wonder asks the questions, and the inventor says, “I have an idea.”

This is the step that has previously been most often overlooked. Activation incorporates Discernment and Galvanizing. Discernment assesses the workability of the idea or solution. Galvanizing gets people excited about it and moving forward.

Implementation incorporates the Enablement and Tenacity Geniuses. People with the Working Genius of Enablement are ready to support and assist in implementing the idea or solution. Tenacity will stay on top of a project or initiative until it is accomplished and meets the desired outcome

Three Stages of Work

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