Success is achieved by developing our strengths, not by eliminating our weaknesses…
At NamanHR, we use the transformational Strength-based Development approach to improve employee potential, leadership competence, and business outcomes.
“the ability to consistently provide near-perfect performance in a specific activity”. – Gallup
Strengths are natural talents developed to a point where applying them consistently and optimally results in high performance.
then, is adding relevant skills, knowledge and experience that would enable us to identify our strengths and leverage them to reach our highest potential and toughest goals.
This may sound like something that’s done often but in reality most organisations base their employee training and development on Areas of Improvement (AOI). At the end of each appraisal cycle, Managers identify Areas of Improvement and recommend employees to attend trainings that can help them overcome these ‘weaknesses’.
This approach – as Gallup proved in its exhaustive study – leads to mediocre wins.
The ability to leverage strengths helps individuals reach their true potential and create lasting impact on their work.
Are you ready to harness your employee’s strongest strengths?
In a research that spanned across 40 years, the Gallup Organisation studied 1.2million employees across 49,495 business units in 45 countries. The findings? Focusing on strength based development approach led to:
Swapping their employee development approach from ‘weakness-led’ to ‘strength-led’ has helped our clients achieve significant impact in these areas.
Strength-based Development has a proven record of helping organisations improve their culture and boost business performance by a huge margin.
Explore how you can implement this approach today.
At NamanHR, Strength-based Development interventions are led by our inhouse Gallup® Certified Strengths Coaches. Combined with our team of senior facilitators, we give undivided attention to participants’ strengths, ways of amplifying, and leveraging them.
Our most proven Strength-based Development interventions include:
This 1-day flagship workshop by NamanHR is the quickest, easiest way to introduce the Strength-based Development philosophy to your organisation.
Based on CliftonStrengths® Assessment, MIDAS® helps individuals identify their strengths, get an insight into how they reflect in everyday actions, and the best way to leverage them. It gives them a path into managing their weaknesses while staying in their strength zone and becoming the best version of themselves.
We have seen this workshop produce very powerful results in a variety of participant groups.
This 2-day intervention starts with helping managers and leaders discover their own strengths. It then gives them a proven method of identifying strengths of their team and stakeholders in four areas: Strategic Thinking, Executing, Relationship Building, and Influencing.
The workshop aims to help managers see that in their own journey towards leadership, they can’t rely on one model of a perfect leader. Instead, to build strong, collaborative teams in today’s complex workplace, they have to learn to operate from their strength zone as well as draw others to bring their own strengths.
While we initiate it as an Instructor-led, experiential workshop, we often combine Strength-Based Leadership with one-to-one coaching. This enables us to handhold leaders as they weave the strength-based leadership philosophy in their teams, organisations, and lives at large.
Over years of conducting Strength-based leadership workshops and coaching forums, we have seen our participants:
Helping participants discover their strengths and how they reflect in their actions
Appreciating what it means to optimally leverage your strength and how to achieve that
Creating opportunities to leverage strengths and manage weaknesses such that it contributes to growth
Aligning professional and personal goals to strengths such that you significantly improve your ability and competence in achieving them
Boost your business outcomes. Build a formidable culture. Execute Strength-based Development today.
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: