Co-Active Coaching According to the Co-Active philosophy we are all on a lifelong leadership journey and that journey is unique for everyone. Co-Active offers a lens to experience your journey from different angles. Basically Co-Active means ‘being in action … together” OR better “being together .. in action”. In daily life we are more focused on the ‘doing’ than the ‘being’ and this might leave us feeling disconnected from who we really are. In Co-Active we learn to experience life as a whole and dive into the being (Co) to lead us to the best action. “When the Co and the Active go together, the action of our life is nourishing and fulfilling” * “Five Ways to Lead” by Karen Kimsey-House and Henry Kimsey-House
Clifton Strengths CliftonStrengths is a fast growing and globally recognised tool from the Gallup company that uncovers your Talent DNA, your unique combination of 34 CliftonStrengths, currently already used by + 27 million users.
Together, the themes (strengths) explain a simple but profound element of human behavior: what's right with people. Individually, each theme gives you a way to describe what you naturally do best or what you might need help from others to accomplish. The themes are a culmination of decades of research led by Don Clifton to study and categorize the talents of the world's most successful people. Individually, each theme gives you a way to describe what you naturally do best or what you might need help from others to accomplish.
Organizations that invest in strengths-based development achieve as much as a 29% increase in profit.
Building a strengths-based workplace can help organizations increase customer engagement by up to 7% and employee engagement by up to 15%.
The relationship between strengths-based development and performance is significant -- and highly generalizable across organizations.
Investing in a strengths-based workplace using the CliftonStrengths assessment can help your organization improve performance.
MBTI (MyersBriggs Type Indicator) The purpose of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality inventory is to make the theory of psychological types described by C. G. Jung understandable and useful in people's lives. The essence of the theory is that much seemingly random variation in behavior is actually quite orderly and consistent. Since 1960 average 2 million people yearly take the assessment to learn more about themselves and others.
MBTI uses four scales to talk about preference, each with two opposing preferences. These are called the four dimensions of type and they are described in the image. MBTI Step I is a powerful Personality instrument based on preferences that offers insights into one’s personal drivers and interaction in a group. Step I can be used for personal and professional benefit.
MBTI Step II offers a deeper insight into the 4 preferences by subdividing each of them into 5 facets and opens up unique combinations of personality traits for each individual. It offers an opportunity to deepen understanding of yourself and others. The result is a very detailed profile that is a perfect starting point for coaching, action planning and team building.
Positive Intelligence & Mental Fitness Your mind is your best friend. But it can also be your worst enemy.
Shirzad Chamine developed a 6 week program called Positive Intelligence to develop your mental fitness. During that time you work in pods (small teams) or as an individual on strengthening your mental fitness under the guidance of a coach (Annemarie). You will use an app that will support & guide you. the PQ app will contain all the information you need and it will track your progress for 6 weeks. The next sign up is for 7 April for a 6 week program. Few open spots left! Sign up below: