Strengths-Based Individual & Team Development

FIXING WEAKNESSES DOESN'T WORK

​​Probably the most common reason why individuals, teams and companies struggle to reach their full potential, is the fallacy that in order to be successful, you need to 'fix your weaknesses'. ​​​​​
Our potentially game-changing Strengths Development Programme empowers individuals and teams to become the best possible version of themselves by focusing on their strengthsThe programme consists of online assessments (CliftonStrengthsTM), individual strengths coachingteam strengths workshops and team discussion sessions.

Businesses Focusing on Strengths have:

  • ​Significantly improved employee performance.
  • 72% lower staff turnover.
  • 7% increase in customer engagement.
  • 15% increase in employee engagement.
  • 29% profit increase.
  • 59% lower safety incidents.​

FOCUS ON WHAT YOU'RE GOOD AT

​​​Take a moment to think about something you really enjoy doing - the reason why you enjoy doing it so much, is probably because when doing it, you're using your 'strengths'. ​​
When you use your strengths, you perform at your best, you're more motivated and it energizes you. This is why, when you work with your strengths, you can often keep on going  nearly indefinately. Trying to improve on our weaknesses, on the other hand, is mostly innefective, demotivating and drains our energy.​​​​
​​​The power of following a strengths approach has been confirmed by years of research by the Gallup Organization which proved conclusively that the best-led organisations know that the most direct path to individual, team, and organisational improvement begins with an investment in their employees' strengths (natural talents which become 'strengths' if developed). 

NEURO-BASED APPROACH TO STRENGTHS

Taking the strengths-approach a step further, our Strengths Programme  combines strengths development with neuro-based leadership (neuroleadership) and we're seeing some really powerful results. 
​​​Neuro-based leadership is an emerging field which integrates principles and insight from social neuroscience, leadership practice and positive psychology. By applying the principles of neuro-based leadership, leaders enable their people to function at their best by considering and managing some of the neural processes that precedes behaviour (see blog article "Lead in a Way that Will Engage People's Minds"). 
​Combining neuro-based leadership with a strengths-approach not only provides leaders with insight into the workings of the human brain in social situations (such as the workplace), but also provides them with the 'tools' (strength-profiles and training) to effectively manage and direct people's neural responses in a positive and constructive manner.  By enabling people to use and develop their strengths, leaders are thus driving and directing employee engagement at a neurological level. And it works.

FOR MORE DETAIL ABOUT THE PROCESS:

If you're interested and want to know more about the components and process of our unique Strengths Programme, please click on the links below to learn more about the CliftonStrengths Assessment (STEP 1), Individual Strengths Coaching (STEP 2) and Team Strengths Development (for TEAMS only). Alternatively, send us an email or jump straight to the bottom and talk to us!

READY TO START THE STRENGTHS JOURNEY?

​If you're ready to start your strengths journey or if you need more information about this groundbreaking approach that may very well completely transform the way you look at yourself, other people and your work, please complete the form below and we will get back to you within the next 24 hours.

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