Making the Most of Strengths
(3.5 hour workshop)
Group size: 6-15 (enquire for large groups)
According to recent research, people who use their strengths most are 15 times more likely to be flourishing than those that use them least. Despite these benefits, many people aren’t even sure what their strengths are.
Designed by our team of psychologists, this introductory session has been created to help increase delegates’ self-awareness, so that they can be at their best even more often.
Who is it suitable for?
This session is appropriate for all staff. It is a particularly useful introduction for managers or people professionals who are looking to bring the best out of others.
We also offer a tailored version of this session for teams.
What will the session cover?
An introduction to positive psychology and the factors that enable people and organisations to flourish
A brief summary of the key research
Practical exercises to help delegates identify their strengths (using the At My Best® strengths cards)
How to use ‘job crafting’ to make the most of your strengths
What will delegates take away?
A better understanding of their own strengths and how they could use them more
An understanding of why focusing on what’s working is sometimes better than trying to fix problems
Techniques for taking an appreciative approach to work
There is also an option for delegates to take away a pack of At My Best® strengths cards, which they can use to embed their learning after the session.
"Excellent - provides me as a manager with relevant tools to get the best out of my staff. Extremely beneficial."
Manager, NHS (Highlands)
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