Believing in their strengths helps in enhancing their confidence in their contributions and improves productivity
The organizations will begin to notice a sizeable decrease in employee turnover and impressive gains in the following areas:
Through strengths-based development interventions, you will find that selecting and working with employees on the right strengths is more productive than training the wrong employees to do the job right.
Naman’s strengths-based development interventions are facilitated by our inhouse Gallup® Certified Strengths Coaches along with a blend of experienced trainers to ensure people’s strengths help them become more productive, confident, and self-aware.
MIDAS® is a 1-day workshop with ‘Strengths’ as its focal point. It facilitates participants to get oriented by being effective and efficient at their current role by leveraging individual strengths. MIDAS® uses CliftonStrengths® Psychometric tool to help individuals identify their strengths.
With an aim to encourage and facilitate leaders to focus on their strengths as well as that of their team members (followers), to live up to their full potential and work on the path that they love.
It helps leaders
The first step in the development process is all about discovering what you have, what you want and what you need.
Next is identifying the key strengths that you can leverage on to push yourself and your team further to do better.
Honing your strengths is about seeking opportunities and managing your weaknesses is about contributing to personal growth.
Achieving & aligning professional and personal goals once you know your true potential and the things you are capable of doing.
The faculty is a psychologist and NLP practitioner besides being certified Strengths Coach from Gallup International. He has 27+ years of experience in training and education. He is also a certified Happiness Coach from Berkeley Institute of Well-Being with an MBA in Leadership and Entrepreneurship and a diploma in Story Telling and passion for Transactional Analysis.
Most importantly he is a peoples’ person, loves cultures and enjoys working with different individuals from different backgrounds whether it is consulting, training, coaching or counselling. His top 5 themes are Connectedness, Activator, Ideation, Strategic, Input
How can we measure effectiveness?
To measure effectiveness there are 3 possibilities: