Success is Achieved by Developing Our Strengths,
Not by Eliminating Our Weaknesses.

strengths based development

“Focus on your strengths and manage your weaknesses.” This statement is a great balancing act that shatters the age-old philosophy that advocates improving on your weaknesses to achieve success.

For most of us, when we set out to work on our weaknesses, we can only hope to go from poor to average; but when we focus on our strengths, going from good to great is a more rewarding and a satisfying journey.

Naman believes in partnering with individuals & organizations to help them discover their strengths and maximize on it. While your focus should be on strengths, one cannot ignore weaknesses, rather one need to learn to manage them. Adopting strengths-based development is the right way to go about it. Naman, through its strengths-based development interventions, helps leaders, individuals and teams to build awareness and confidence on their strengths, while providing powerful insights on how to leverage them.

Understanding a Strengths-Based Approach

Most organizations waste their time and efforts in identifying what’s lacking in their employees and spend money on training them in those areas. However, this leads to a mediocre win. A better way to do this is to invest in your employees’ strengths. A strengths-based organization creates employees who are emotionally engaged in their work, resulting in employee retention, better productivity and profitability. Strengths-based approach ensures that employee efforts are not wasted but are collaborative and exponentially more valuable.

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Advantages of Using a Strength-Based Approach to Improve Organization’s Overall Performance

For Employees:

Believing in their strengths enhances their confidence in their contributions, improves their engagement in their tasks and processes, and enriches their working lives.

For Organizations:

The organizations will begin to notice a sizeable decrease in employee turnover and impressive gains in the following areas:

  • Employee engagement
  • Innovation
  • Sales
  • Customer engagement
  • Profit

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.

Our Framework

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.

  • For Managers
    To enable managers to unlock own and team’s potential
  • For Teams
    To create powerful strengths based corroborative partnership and enhance team performance
  • For Individual Coaching
    Closely handholds coaches for leveraging own strengths to meet personal and professional goals
  • For College Students
    To facilitate students’ development and help them build on their strengths
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Strengths-Based Leadership

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

  • To develop a more consensual leadership style, focusing on what you do best, and promoting effective delegation
  • To encourage people to focus on their strengths and increase team engagement
  • To hire people based on their individual strengths, not because their skills and interests align with your own
  • To be more confident in delegating and/or passing on responsibilities to your team members, and less focused on making people “fit”


Customised content for in-house programs

MIDAS® uses CliftonStrengths® as psychometric tool

Covered more than 3500+ people

Covered more than 50+ companies

All programs facilitated by certified strengths coaches

Personalised workshop kit to continue journey after workshop

Our Approach

The way we work with you reflects our commitment to equip organizations and its people with tested tools and techniques aligned to meet critical industry standards for sustainable growth. Our leading-edge methodologies are based on our belief that people learn by doing, hence, these 4 stages of the transfer of learning.
  • Stage 1: Discover

    The first step in the development process is all about discovering what you have, what you want and what you need.

  • Stage 2: Realize

    Next is identifying the key strengths that you can leverage on to push yourself further to do better.

  • Stage 3: Apply

    Honing your strengths is about seeking opportunities and managing your weaknesses is about contributing to personal growth.

  • Stage 4: Maximize

    Achieving & aligning professional and personal goals once you know your true potential and the things you are capable of doing.

For effective leaders and efficient teams, strengths-based development is the key to sustainable success. Collaborate with Naman for its comprehensive strengths-based development programs that will reward your people and your organization with a powerful transformation.

Client Success Stories


What is the agenda of the workshop?

  • The agenda primarily is to help the learner reflect on his naturally occurring strengths while focusing on how to be in the STRENGTHS ZONE
  • The facilitator would also be interested in helping the learner with application of the strengths to different business and personal scenarios
  • Many learners have reported that they were able to garner insights on their current style of working and pattern of doing things and this workshop has helped them gain new paradigms of how they could start or stop some behavioral patterns.

What are the contents for workshop?

  • Introduction to Positive Psychology
  • Characteristics of strengths based cultures
  • Basics of Strengths
  • The process map of talents to strengths
  • Introduction and deep diving into one’s own top 5 signature themes
  • Macro level Understanding the other 29 themes
  • Exercises to apply the themes in one’s own role
  • Q&A

Who is the target audience?

  • Managers Jr or Sr
  • Leaders
  • Team Leads and Supervisors
  • Educators
  • A workshop like this welcomes different perspectives which makes it a richer journey thus it’s really about self-enrichment and welcome to all. However mostly we have had corporate professionals in the past

What take away we are expecting from participants

  • Deeper awareness of oneself
  • Reflection on one’s own behavioral patterns
  • Better interpersonal effectiveness
  • Awareness of one’s own blind spots
  • Toolkit for development by design

Faculty background

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:

  • The learner could see how aware he is of utilization of his talent themes post the workshop and how effectively is he able to do that.
  • The learner picks 3 behaviors during the workshop which he closely monitors over a span of 90 days to see how it has changed for him.
  • The learner could see how his 3 closest skills related to his talent themes have become more matured and strengthened.
  • The best measure for such a workshop is the ability of the learner to help others realize and utilize their strengths and that is exactly the beginning of a strengths culture.