When educational psychologist Donald O. Clifton first designed the interviews that subsequently became the basis for StrengthsFinders 2.0 (CSF), he began by asking, “What would happen if we studied what is right with people?”
Specifically, the strengths philosophy is the assertion that individuals can gain far more when they expend effort to build on their greatest talents than when they spend a comparable amount of effort to remediate their weaknesses (Clifton & Harter, 2003).
“Strengths” are the result of maximized talents. Specifically, strength is mastery created when one’s most powerful talents are refined with practice and combined with acquired relevant skills and knowledge.
I use the CSF to identify and measure the raw talents that can serve as the foundation of strengths of individuals and organizational teams. As a Strengths Coach, I have the ability to identify, understand, and help my clients apply how they are innately talented with more “intentionality and precision”. The results that follow are transforming.
Why Strengths matter?
Strengths-based development provide you the answers to;
“How can individuals achieve more?” and “Why don’t more people realize their dreams and goals, or find their “passion”?
When I discovered strengths coaching, I found an incredible tool to take individuals to a deeper level of self-awareness of how they are uniquely built for greater success. Strengths are about the “how” we do what we do, and do it well!! It’s practical and applicable to creating intentional results.
By focusing on your strengths, both individuals and teams will gain increased measurable results, through collaboration and stronger relationships.
If you are a business owner or an organization see strengths-performance for organizational-t
teams, for more details.
For individuals see 1:1 Coaching.
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