We live in a culture that is obsessed with where we are deficient. Where we don’t quite hit the mark or where we need to improve.
Opening your minds to a strengths-based mindset can see satisfaction levels and engagement in your work increase significantly. It is a tool that can help you see opportunities where before you saw challenges.
According to Gallup those who focus on strengths everyday are 3 times more likely to report an ‘excellent quality of life’ and 6 times more engaged in their work.
This 45 minute webinar will help you get to see why our deficit mindset isn’t
serving us and how we can start to switch to a strengths-based mindset
This webinar is for you if:
- You feel that you have more potential that you are not quite harnessing yet
- You want to build your confidence with a better understanding of your strengths
- You are looking to maximise your potential at work
- You are looking to build better partnerships around you
about your hosts
Michelle is driven to make a difference in the world of work. She is laser-focused on creating long-term sustainable business growth through thoughtful positive culture. Michelle is certified Gallups Strengths Coach and Practitioner.
“I want to help you create those a-ha moments where you see your people and organisation in a whole new light.
Working on your strengths is like finding an original flagstone floor under the old carpet. It’s something that has always been there, is part of your makeup and with a little care and nurturing can become your most show-stopping feature.”
Margaret became an entrepreneur at twenty, enjoyed an academic career in culture and leadership development, and now serves as an expert consultant to global brands. Margaret is a certified Gallups Strengths Coach and Practitioner.
“I’m passionate about lifting heads up, shining light on dark spaces and helping to surface the potential within; bringing people together to explore our strengths is an exciting, powerful process that benefits everyone – employees, employers and the business as a whole.”