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Why focus on Strengths?

The key to your success is to fully understand how to apply your greatest talents and strengths in your everyday life. We truly believe this, have experienced personally the impact of knowing, developing and apply our strengths and witnessed it with the thousands of people we’ve worked with individually or in teams.

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Do you know your Strengths?

Join over 23 million people who’ve embraced the power, insights and who they really are for their personal and professional success. Finding out your Top 5 Strengths using the CliftonStrengths assessment is the start of your Strengths journey. Read my personal journey here. We love partnering with organisations to build strengths-based cultures. Contact us below to find out more!

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The personal impact of knowing my Strengths

My introduction to Strengths​In early 2012, I received the New York Times best-selling book, StrengthsFinder® 2.0 and completed my online strengths assessment. At this point I had no idea what it would open me up to and how it would lead me to a passion for strengths....

Being more effective by doing less

When you think about the role of leaders, there are a broad range of responsibilities, providing technical guidance/expertise and activities that leaders need to do. Unfortunately, the response of “busy” is all too common when asking leaders how they are. Often...

Leadership – How you show up

I love going to rock concerts. I love the energy in the venue (or on the side of a grassy hill at a vineyard) and experiencing my favourite bands perform their songs live. I also love being surprised when a band improvises and interprets one of their songs (or another...

It’s the little things

Leadership is not a role – it’s the way you build and align people to the purpose, rally people together and how you show up. And essentially, powerful leadership comes down to the little things that are done on a daily basis.