What if we were more aware of our strengths? What if we could use these strengths to perform and to feel better at work and in life in general? What if we even went further and used the combination of the Strengths of each member of a team?
What if you could change a bad habit? Or implement a new one to improve your personal productivity or the one of your team? Is there a way to manage rude customers using the habit loop?
In this article, I write about Charles Duhigg’s book “The Power of Habit” and how this great book could help you improve your productivity and better manage difficult relationships.
What if we were reframing our views on stress? What if we were telling ourselves that stress is a sign that our body is preparing itself so that we give our best performance for the task at hand ? What if we could see stress as an indicator that what we are going to do next is very important to us and so we really want to give the best of ourselves to make it a
In the Strengthscope 360° ™️ supplement to the Strengthscope test, your colleagues (peers, direct report and line managers/supervisors) receive a questionnaire where they assess (1) if what you perceive as your strengths are also perceived by them and (2) if you are using these strengths effectively to deliver results. When the answer is yes for both questions, you basically receive a confirmation of what you have evaluate for yourself in the Strengthscope test. When the answers are different – or very different – than what you think of yourself, it’s at the same time disturbing, humbling and useful.
Strengths are not competences. Stengths give us energy, and they are inside us. This is the whole point of coaching for me : we have these strengths inside us. We don’t need to search very far for it. We only need to look inside us and to trust that what we find is or could be an incredible tool for our development and our satisfaction. The coach is just helping to look, to express and to act