At My Best is a beautiful set of tools, designed to help you bring the best out of yourself and others. Building an appreciation of strengths, our uniquely engaging approach helps individuals, teams and organisations to flourish.
The powerful and flexible strengths cards inspire individuals and teams to explore their strengths through words and pictures
How fantastically different and motivating! I feel valued and appreciated, which the detached and logical approach of other 360 doesn't give me.
Rachael LewisDirector, Envision
A valuable tool for coaches to draw out their client's strengths. They have been created using the simplicity of key words, and visuals, to evoke a powerful conversation.
A wonderful way to open the door to very productive conversations.
Caroline LaycockGet More Done @ Work
I like the cards a lot; the open ended and creative approach to identifying our strengths is great. I can see how these can be used in the work context, in coaching, as well as with students in schools.
Tal Ben-ShaharPositive psychology author and former lecturer Harvard Business School
No other exercise I have ever done has encapsulated so clearly my driving force or given me such positive self-awareness. Thank you!
Anji Loman FieldExecutive Producer, InDevelopment
Featured case study
With her team working across the UK and all having busy working schedules it can be difficult for Training Manager Jo to get everyone together as often as she would ideally like. However she is very conscious of the importance of strong working relationships and so is always keen to find ways for the group to connect and build bonds.
As part of a team day, Jo arranged for us to run a short session with all of the trainers on identifying and ...
We recently launched our brand new strengths-based 360 feedback tool at the CIPD Learning & Development Show in London. Martin Galpin took a moment out to explain why At My Best is so different to traditional approaches.
It's all too easy for positive feedback to feel pointless and unhelpful. So how do we give positive feedback that has impact both in the moment and for the longer term. Michele Deeks shares some thoughts.
Richard Smith, Sixth Form Tutor at Bristol Grammar School, talks to us about how he used the At My Best strengths cards during an expedition to Morocco to help students to appreciate and build on their strengths.
At My Best tools are used in more than 50 countries around the world, but when we heard how Dr Abi Merriel has been using the strengths cards with healthcare workers in Malawi, we just had to find out more.