Many ways to use Strengths
Our online Coaching e-Toolkit includes all you need to help clients, employees, coachees to understand, appreciate and develop their strengths through coaching conversations. You will receive an introduction to strengths, a guide to best practice strengths coaching with 18 interactive coaching conversations covering the topics of Confidence, Well-being, Leadership and Careers
Who Should Use It?
Coaches who want tools to confidently apply the results of Strengths Profile in all their coaching conversations. Managers who want an easy and positive solution to rewarding management conversations that bring results.
What Will I Learn?
Your role as a coach, manager or mentor is to help others achieve their goals and improve their life satisfaction, and there is no better way to do this than realising, appreciating and developing what they are already great at; their strengths. This Toolkit gives you suggested coaching conversations and strengths best practice so that your clients can apply their strengths in every situation.
Enable others to be their Best SELF by helping people to understand, appreciate and develop their strengths through coaching conversations.Learn more about our other Profiles
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Many of us will have heard people credit their sense of self-confidence as the key ingredient to their success and accomplishments.
Your unrealised strengths represent a depth of potential that sits within you, and from which you can draw on as you seek to grow and develop yourself and your abilities.
We all have talents that help us stand out and succeed, and the better you know yourself, the easier time you’ll have maximising your potential and happiness in your career.