March 2012 - Strengths Partnership

The Strengths Advantage, part V – #5 reasons why you can’t afford to ignore it

29 Mar 2012

This week we discuss the fifth reason why you simply can’t afford to ignore this approach: #5 In order to develop and retain talent, the organization needs the right career & succession and leadership development interventions. The Strengths Advantage™ incorporates talent development centres, career/transition coaching and the Strengths for Success™ development programme to help participants understand their unique formula for success – the combination of strengths, skills and abilities – and how this can be aligned with business goals and further developed. These programmes also help people to stretch their strengths so they move beyond their comfort zone and learn how to adapt their strengths and style to perform effectively regardless of the situation they find themselves in

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The Strengths Advantage, part IV – #5 reasons why you can’t afford to ignore it

20 Mar 2012

Peak performing teams arise when they are able to successfully combine their strengths with positive team disciplines and habits. Strengths Advantage™ incorporates our innovative StrengthscopeTeam™ profiling system to help build high energy, productive and agile teams

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The Strengths Advantage, part III – #5 reasons why you can’t afford to ignore it

13 Mar 2012

This is the third of a five-post blog series about the reasons why you simply cannot afford to ignore the Strengths Advantage™ approach to building high performing workplaces. The first two are: #1 In order to pave the way for success, the organisation needs to attract the right people from the start. #2 In order [&hellip

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The effect of job insecurity on employee engagement

04 Mar 2012

At Strengths Partnership, we have found in our research and practice on deploying a strengths-focus at work that the current uncertain economic and job climates can lead to a disproportionate focus from some employees on engaging in self-protective behaviours, as they attempt to shore up their jobs and careers from attack

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