That is a hard one to answer . I'd say my greatest talent is my inquisitiveness. How do things work and why do they work. This is very important in problem solving and troubleshooting. When troubleshooting problems, my second biggest talent is listening to people and being able to determine who has a valid idea or point of view and who doesn't. Lastly, I have the talent to explain to people what I want done and why it needs to be done and then listening to the people assigned to carry out the task for comments or suggestions. You never know when someone might just have a better idea than you. In which case you need to be knowledgeable enough to evaluate the suggestion and flexible enough to implement it - if it truly is a "better way to accomplish the task". I have found this to be an excellent way to motivate individuals assigned to a task and maximize the quality of the work performed.
Hope this helps,