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The Team Manager Profile will reveal to you the top 2 realised and top 2 unrealised strengths for each of your team member as well as tailored practical advice on managing and developing these strengths for great performance and success. You will also receive advice on managing learned behaviours and weaknesses within the team.
Practitioners embedding strengths and want to enable managers to have positive performance conversations and engaged team members.
With each member's top two realised and unrealised strengths revealed, you can focus your development conversations for each person in one simple Profile. Offering tips and development advice on these four strengths, use the Profile to maximise enthusiasm and productivity in your one-to-ones and for focussed conversations. The Profile also offers general advice for managing learned behaviours and weaknesses in your people.Learn more about our other Profiles
Be a strengths-based manager with our practical suggestions, conversations and templates to use with your people.
Learn how to give powerful strengths debriefs through our online programme of videos, demos and assignments.
18 strengths conversations ready to use that focus on Confidence, Well-being, Leadership and Careers.
Strengthening the BBC Online Technology Group by playing to their team strengths
Enabling the ‘Building Strengths in Leaders’ programme to strengthen their clients and people
Sharing how strengths helped them achieve the ‘2018 Princess Royal Training Award’
The latest episode of BBC Radio 4’s The Wrong Job series focused on how employers can rethink the concept of work and the workplace to motivate and retain employees.
Identifying the strengths within ourselves and others is the best way to thrive.
Hints and tips on how to strengthen your team
We are often asked why did we call our weaknesses category in Strengths Profile as such and why not ‘growth opportunities’ or ‘development areas’.