Strengths-based Performance Conversations

Creating high-performing organisations

Employee satisfaction, engagement and wellbeing are all factors that drive business outcomes and performance.

When the focus of performance development is on building strengths instead of fixing weaknesses, this positively influences the performance conversations that take place between managers and their staff.

Benefits
Building CulturePositive, strengths-based cultures encourage team members to be flexible, support each other, share knowledge and lift performance.
Engagement and Wellbeing Each employee will know their strengths can be used more widely and more frequently to achieve milestones and goals and to enable them to spend more time in an energised and engaged space at work.
Skills and Capability Team members will develop a deeper understanding of their individual strengths and the strengths of the team.