Do you want to be happier and more confident?
Have higher levels of self-esteem, energy and vitality?
Do you want to experience less stress and be more resilient?
If you’d like to perform better and be more engaged at work and be more effective at developing yourself, then I’d highly encourage you to complete the Strengths Profile Assessment.
Working with Sarah on my Strengths Profile has had a significant impact on my self-confidence, my job focus and my personal ambition. She combines natural empathy and warmth with a shrewd ability to challenge perceptions and illuminate positive attributes in the even the darkest corners of insecurity.
Knowing your strengths helps you make better career choices
If you are uncertain about what to do next in your career, or are finding it hard to explain what you’re good at, knowing your strengths can be a truly insightful way to make progress.
You may already be aware of some of your strengths, but you are likely to discover so much more of your unrealised or hidden talents by using the Strengths Profile tool.
Raising your awareness of what energises you and what you perform well in can be helpful in understanding whether certain job roles will provide you with fulfilling and meaningful work.
Strengths Profiling is NOT about matching you up to different career routes, but it can be an invaluable reference point when considering whether you want to apply for a job or not.
Strengths Profile is a leading global online strengths assessment psychometric tool for individual executive, personal and team coaching, and career planning. Based on a decade of robust research in the field of positive psychology, by Alex Linley and the team at Capp, the survey has 180 questions and takes about 20-30 minutes to complete.
Over 1 million Strengths Profile assessments have been taken by individuals for personal reasons and staff members for professional purposes, globally. Strengths Profile can be done individually or as a team of up to 100 staff members, and can have a huge impact in both personal and professional development.
Following the completion of an online questionnaire (taking 20-30 minutes), you will receive a unique 18-page Strengths Profile Report, designed to help you reflect on your strengths:
your performance (how well you do something), your energy (how much you enjoy it), and its use (how often you apply and maximise your strengths).
All 60 strengths are then mapped against four quadrants:
As an Accredited Practitioner, I work with you during your Debrief session to help you interpret your results so you can fully understand what they mean in relation to your current situation as well as your future goals. You will have identified strategies and clearly defined actions on how to experience the benefits of taking a strengths-based approach in your professional life.
Download a sample of the Strengths Profile Report.
See for yourself the rich information you will have at your fingertips when you take the assessment
When I first met Sarah, I didn’t know what I wanted to do for work after my PhD. Through one-on-one conversations, and tools I wouldn’t otherwise have been able to access (like Strengths Profiling), Sarah gave me the guidance and direction, not only to understand what I want from my career, but also the language with which to talk about my skills and personal motivation in interview.
[The Strengths Profile Online Assessment and Debrief] …was really interesting, and I intend to keep going back to it from time to time to keep using the insight gained. It has made me want to develop some skills that I have but don’t use often and has made me give more thought and planning of my own personal and professional development.