leadership & Personal development,
empowering conversations / workshops
While the best leaders need not attempt to be well-rounded, the best teams should.
Gallup’s research found that top-performing teams have strengths in four specific domains: Executing, Influencing, Strategic Thinking, Relationship Building.
We support our clients with Strengths Based TeamDevelopment.
When it omes to great accomplishments, good partners are often the key.
A founder/leader can be better with good partnerships. However uncomplimentary partnerships can become detrimental to growth.
We provide ways of discovering and building upon complimentary strengths and pathways towards fulfilling your potential.
The most effective people are always investing in Strengths.
They surround themselves with the right people and then maximize their relationships, partnerships or teams.
We provide Strengths Based coaching.
What Strengths are you leading with?
and we can start from there!
for COACHES, TRAINERS, HR
Join our Meet Up in West Vancouver.
We explore the underlying pattern of transition
and discuss coping strategies based on your unique strengths.
"Monika is a great team coach. High work ethics. Perfect understanding of interactions in business management. Professional business psychology knowledge. Able to implement change even working outside of organization. Demanding with charm. I strongly recommend."
Tomasz Modzelewski, CEO
Every coach and facilitator is different.
When you know precisely your own talents you can
strategically target clients and partners, thus find and enjoy your own niche.
Complex role of HR Business Partner?
How do you make impact and where would you like to have more of it?
WHY YOUR WORKPLACE MUST LEAD WITH CLIFTONSTRENGTHS?
And a winning culture is one that values strengths-based development. Because a strengths-based workplace is transformational; it’s a culture that focuses on continual growth and improvement among everyone in the organization.
In transformational, strengths-based workplaces, culture is borne of a shift from the old ways of managing people to the right ways of developing them.