Free Exercise for Developing Strengths in Others

This can be a great tool when introducing Strengths to your team for the first time. Here’s an exercise I’ve used in training for developing awareness and action based on the VIA strengths assessment. It’s often easier for us to reflect on the behaviour and potential of others before making reflections about our own development. Give it a try and post your ideas below. I’m happy for you to use the scenario…just drop in a reference if you do. Developing Strengths in others – A scenario based exercise Catherine works in your organisation and you’re helping her to develop her
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Pathways to Change

Change can be daunting. For some, it results in a paralysing state of mind where every sentence starts with the words "I can't". But you can conquer that paralysis using the four pillars of icanology®.
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Hope and Optimism

Studies show that being hopeful is linked to increased success in a number of fields, from academic study to physical and mental health. And the good news is that it's possible to learn to be more hopeful and optimistic.
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Resilience

Why can some people can keep going day after day in the face of life's daily stresses and strains? Why are some people better at coping in a crisis? The answer is Resilience: the ability to adapt positively to adversity.
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Mindfulness

Mindfulness originates from Buddhist meditation and is a popular way to reduce stress by quietly putting aside worries and demands to concentrate purely on the moment
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