Why train a Clifton-Strengths approach in your team?
Workplaces in the past have tended to focus on people’s weaknesses, which is hardly inspiring. Ultimately, a performance review communicating all the things that are ‘wrong’ won’t improve results. Using a supportive framework like Clifton Strengths, means we can frame performance constructively–making these conversations easier and more relatable.
What teams will explore
- Your Clifton Strengths report
- Team members’ Clifton Strengths results
- Strengths from the ‘balcony’ and ‘basement’
- Relating your Strengths to your work
- Understanding the four Strengths domains
What teams will apply
- An understanding of your Strengths
- An awareness of the team’s Strengths
- An ability to use Strengths productively
- Strategies for dialling up your Strengths
- Strategic use of team strengths in projects
It was so nice to be encouraged to stop looking at improving my weaknesses and focusing on improving my strengths, it has really changed my mindset and allowed me to grow as a person and within my role.
pair me with:
It’s about the unspoken feelings that dominate the way a team works together.