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Category: Personal development

Making homeworking work for you

Homeworking, working from home, teleworking (does anyone say that now? No), WFH…whatever you call it, it’s on the increase thanks mainly to improvements in communication and work technology, and for some people it’s more of a necessity because of their location or home circumstances. Personally,

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How to change the habits of a lifetime

Changing habits comes up a lot on people’s to do lists – when we want to keep our NY resolutions, lose weight, get fit, stop smoking, eat healthily and so on. I’ve put out several podcasts on habit forming, including… Season2, episode 1: building new

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Ikigai: If you want to live longer, you need ikigai

Ikigai is your raison d’etre, your reason to be, to get up in the morning, the thing that makes you not just jump for joy, but which is central to your purpose. Yes, the Japanese have it down and there are societies all over the world, living in so-called Blue Zones,…

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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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As of yesterday, 16 March, in line with government and medical guidance, we asked that the Strengthscope team work from home until further notice. For us, this simply represents an extension of our work from home policy, which has been running successfully for some time. Therefore, our customer experience, including Technical Support, Customer Success and all other departments are available for our customers to contact in the usual ways.

We will be moving our training and workshops to virtual alternatives, an approach we have been using successfully, with great customer feedback, for some time.

On behalf of the Strengthscope team, we wish you and your family the best of health in these challenging circumstances. Let’s take care of each other.