How To Use Core Strengths for Microsoft Teams

Improve interactions with communication tips tailored to others' styles.

Thriving relationships are essential for team performance. Unfortunately, hybrid teamwork creates barriers to authentic connection. The Core Strengths app helps you adapt your communication style to your teammates' personalities. Collaborate in a way that fosters team relationships using personalized insights embedded where work happens.

Users are empowered with Relationship Intelligence to accelerate authentic team connections.

  • Adapt your communication style: Access real-time tips during live video meetings to shape the discussions that matter most

  • Run productive meetings: Prepare for upcoming video meetings by tailoring agendas and action items to team needs

Note: To use the MS Teams app, you must have an account with Core Strengths. Additionally, this app requires admin consent. Contact us at

How to Install the App

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How to Grant Admin Approval

View the How To Grant Admin Approval Guide

How to Get Started

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The app requires administrator consent, meaning your IT department likely needs to make the app available for download or push the app to all users in your organization. We recommend your IT administrators follow Microsoft’s documentation to enable the app.

If the app is enabled for download, you can follow these instructions to install the app.

A colleague can send you an invite to complete the assessment from the app, depending on your Core Strengths account settings. If not, please contact your Core Strengths account administrator for an invitation.

Yes! While you can only be logged into one account at a time, you can switch the account by clicking on your avatar in the app on the top right in the app’s dashboard.

You can only view or connect with members in your Core Strengths account. If external meeting invitees are members of your Core Strengths account, you will be able to connect and/or view their results in the app.

You likely need permission from your IT department. The app requires administrator consent to view and download. Please check with your IT department first. Then, please email for additional support.


Yes, but it does require that your calendar is managed by Microsoft Exchange.

We support Service Provider (SP) initiated authentication workflow. We work with account representatives, typically an account owner and one IT representative, to integration our Identity Manager to your SSO Provider (e.g. Okta). The end user will be prompted to login initially and until the SSO session expires, the user will not have to re-authenticate. Once the SSO session expires, you will need to authenticate again. This is similar to other SSO integrations in which you may already be familiar.

Markets and Languages

Currently, US English is only supported at this time. Additional translations will be available in Q1 2023.

Our app is available in all markets in Microsoft’s store. However, the app is only available in English at this time.


While the app requires an active Core Strengths account, downloading and using the app is at no additional cost.

Trust & Security


Open-Sharing: If your Core Strengths account is set to open-sharing permissions, anyone in your account can see your results in the meeting card, meeting, or compare in the app.

Closed-Sharing: If your Core Strengths account is set to closed-sharing permissions, only those you’re connected to will see your results.

If you are in an open sharing environment, you will need to have your data removed from your organization's account. If you are in a closed-sharing environment, you will have to connect with other users in the account before they can see your results. You can remove connections from the app and the Core Strengths website.

No. We do not persist any data through the integration, and we don’t sell any data.

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