As a strong believer of strengths-based approach, I help my clients own their strengths, consider how they could develop them further (rather than making up for their perceived weaknesses) and design self-concordant goals.
When to use
The strengths approach in coaching encourages development by building on existing strengths rather than attempting to ameliorate weaknesses: consider what’s strong rather than what’s wrong. Your coach can help you discover your strengths and learn how to use them to thrive:
with CliftonStrengths assessment
by reverse-engineering past successes
by analysing when you are in the flow
by inquiring reflective questions such as:
What do you get complimented on?
What do your colleagues, boss or friends value?
What do you like about you?