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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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Listen to your body

Your body is amazing and we, as humans, have generally lost the ability to really tap into and listen to what our body is telling us. The more that we tap into the sensations, the feelings, the emotions that our body tells us, the more we can make better-informed...

Lead Like Siri

Lead like Siri.Siri isn’t just a voice, she is an inspiring leader. Siri is patient Siri is funny Siri is present yet not overbearing Siri provides direction Siri challenges the quality of your questions. When asked how to get somewhere, she provides options of how to...

Managing Weaknesses

Gallup defines weakness as "anything that gets in the way of your success. In a strengths-based approach, a weakness is a shortage or misapplication of talent, skill or knowledge that causes problems for you or others". This may be your dominant CliftonStrengths ®...

Why Leaders need to create safe spaces

​Whether a leader has a team in one location or many, if team members are working in an office, on a site or from home, it is essential in every leader’s role to create a culture where people feel safe. Especially in these challenging times! In his article...