Strengths Quadrant Revealing up to:
Individuals who love data and wish to understand and develop a wider range of their strengths. Coaches wishing to have ongoing and deeper development conversations and for use with the Team Profile. Educators wishing to help students develop a deeper understanding and narrative of their strengths.
Equipped with your full set of 60 strengths and where they sit within the 4 quadrants, you will be able to go deeper into your strengths and understand exactly what makes you unique. With this knowledge and using our tailored advice for development advice, you'll know exactly what strengths to call on and when. You will also experience additional insight with the granular detail of the Profile revealing your areas of further potential happiness - be it through a new career, promotion or life change.
Using these insights and our practical advice for each strength, you’ll be able to be your very Best SELF every day.Learn more about our other Profiles
Featuring the 60 strengths with advice on how to describe yourself, coach yourself, and develop yourself for each.
Our step-by-step Best SELF model and free resources that help you understand and develop your strengths further.
Our package gives you the tools and resources to deliver individual strengths debriefs and coaching.
Enabling the ‘Building Strengths in Leaders’ programme to strengthen their clients and people
Training the Student Careers team to increase self-awareness and interview and CV confidence
Practitioner Colleen shares her insights into strengths coaching and top tips
Using our strengths enables us to enjoy endless benefits such as increasing our performance, goal achievement, happiness and confidence – and the list goes on. Be honest though, have you ever overplayed one of your strengths?
You have your Strengths Profile at the ready and are now eager and excited to start making some action plans and do something rewarding with it.
Many of us will have heard people credit their sense of self-confidence as the key ingredient to their success and accomplishments.
Making an impact in our careers is a common desire.