One of the greatest differentiators between high and low performing organisations is the quality of the conversations between their people.
Some of the world’s leading organisations are waking up to the need to devote time and effort to having powerful, positive conversations to drive up engagement, commitment, and performance. And they’re starting with performance appraisals and day to day manager coaching conversations.
A culture of openness and honesty brings positive outcomes and business success.
Awaken the extraordinary. Give your people an opportunity to experience and benefit from high-impact conversations.
Get started with Strengthscope®. Our core tool to identify those strengths to start making an impact not only in communication but overall performance at work.View Strengthscope®
Effective communications are vital to enable high-performing teams. We recommend StrengthscopeTeam™. It’s a powerful tool to find a team’s strengths and gaps/risks. It will maximise performance and effective collaboration.View StrengthscopeTeam™
The Strengthscope® tools are the ideal offering for us here at Channel 4 to support our individuals and teams go from good to great.
"Understanding how others see your strengths, especially when they are in overdrive, is useful too. The knowledge the programme gives you about strengths enables you to influence decisions and behaviour and gives you confidence that you can grow your role and progress through the organisation."
"Strengthscope® changed my life"
“Many thanks for a great two-day course. It was so well designed and you two worked seamlessly together. Great to meet a wide range of people and get to work with them in break out rooms on exercises. I think Strengthscope has a very good approach to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.”
“Focusing on strengths during appraisal discussions has a significant impact on employee performance, improving performance by over 36% on average.”
“Simply put, Strengthscope® is a great tool for self-development.”
“Strengthscope® raised our awareness of how we were behaving as a group, who had which strengths, and who we should be listening to at certain times when the group strength took over. this enabled us to see things differently and therefore solve problems better.”