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Category: Personal development

5 top goal-setting tips for 2020

So as we head in to the new year, there’s a good chance that you’ll be thinking about your goals for the year ahead. So the question I’m posing this week, and giving you some tips for, is how best to structure your goal-setting for

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Smashing Christmas with strengths

So you want to smash Christmas with strengths? Here is our guide to doing exactly that: Courage: If anyone is behaving in a non-Christmassy manner, you’ll be sure to call it out. Emotional control: You have a plan how to defuse any tense family situations

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The greatest Christmas present: being present

I know you know that Christmas can be stressful. Forget that, Christmas is stressful. In fact, hold on, has someone actually designed-in stress to Christmas as a way of making more money from us? Or is that a conspiracy theory too far? OK, so assuming

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How to own your development – the strengths way

 In today’s podcast, I want to talk about a popular topic – how to own your own development, in a work context. In some organisations, there will be a formal process for putting together your personal development plan. In others, there will be less

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Setting yourself up for a great Winter

In the UK the weather is always changeable but right now, after a pretty decent Summer, there’s a bigger change happening – the changes of seasons from Summer to Autumn and then on to Winter. So as well as the tweaks to your wardrobe that

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Do strengths change?

In our work around strengths – helping people to find, share and develop their strengths – we’re often asked the question…do strengths change over time? So that question most often comes from the angle of: if I have something that really drains me and I’m

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Habit stacking – what is habit stacking and how to do it

One of the most frequently mentioned challenges I hear from people wanting to improve their work performance, or develop their strengths is making behaviour changes stick. It’s tricky. Behaviour change hurts, needs discipline, and there are no short cuts. But there are cute ways that

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Taming the energy monster

Have you come across the term ‘strength in overdrive’? Well it’s a phrase that we use a lot at Strengthscope – what it means is when you’re using something that is usually a positive quality for you, one that gives you energy and that you

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