Can you bring out the strengths in others?

Have you ever tried to motivate someone to realize their potential at work? How did it go? Did they magically start listening to your words of wisdom and behaving differently? Or did your insights and advice end up sitting on the “maybe one day” shelf?

Let’s face it helping people to realize their potential can be hard work. The truth is most of us lack the knowledge and skills to support someone in making lasting changes when it comes to the way they think, feel or act at work.

Engage and energize your staff by helping develop their strengths

Have you ever tried to motivate someone to realize their potential at work? How did it go? Did they magically start listening to your words of wisdom and behaving differently? Or did your insights and advice end up sitting on the “maybe one day” shelf?

Let’s face it helping people to realize their potential can be hard work. The truth is most of us lack the knowledge and skills to support someone in making lasting changes when it comes to the way they think, feel or act at work.

An opioid crisis hits home

Review what you are teaching students about resiliency, perseverance, and grit.

We teamed with Fatima Doman, author of Authentic Strengths, a book about a positive psychology research method, and we provided related training to all our counselors, health teachers, and nurses who have the most access to students in the life skills curriculum and with students showing signs of extreme stress. This training uses the motto, “Moving from what’s wrong, to what’s strong.”

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