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Doing More Of What You Do Best eBook

Do you have a chance to do what you do best each day at work? This eBook gives you a practical, evidence-based guide to developing people strengths – those things you’re good at, and enjoy doing. Learn how to identify, activate, and build your strengths individually or in teams.

The Change Lab 2019 Workplace Survey

Can you create organizational changes and improve your people’s wellbeing at the same time? Discover what more than 1,000 working Americans told us about their most successful workplace change experiences and the practical ways you can apply these insights in your workplace in this free report.

The Strengths Lab 2019 Workplace Survey

In 2019, The Strengths Lab Workplace Survey asked a representative sample of 1000 American workers to tell us if, how, and why, they were able to put their strengths to work each day. Find out how you can apply the simple best practices we uncovered to improve engagement, performance, and wellbeing in your workplace.

The Wellbeing Lab 2018 Workplace Survey

What works best when it comes to improving workers’ wellbeing? We wanted to find out, so we partnered with Dr Peggy Kern at Melbourne University and the Australian HR Institute to survey over 1,000 Australians representing the working population. What they told us has forever changed the way we will measure and manage wellbeing.

The Appreciative Inquiry Business Case

Are you able to confidently create positive changes in your workplace? Used by organizations around the world, Appreciative Inquiry is a strengths-based approach to improving creativity, collaboration, productivity, and profitability in teams and workplaces. How? This free, fully cited business case gives you all the case-studies and evidence you need.

How To Move From Functioning To Flourishing eBook

Despite your best intentions, finding the time and energy to look after your own wellbeing can be challenging. This free eBook gives you tested, practical steps for flourishing based on Professor Martin Seligman’s PERMA theory of wellbeing. It includes an easy-to-apply guide to create small, daily wellbeing habits that can be fitted into even the busiest days.

2015 Strengths At Work Survey

Fifteen years ago only 2 out of every 10 employees said they had an opportunity to do what they do best each day. So in 2015, we commissioned an independent survey to discover if anything had changed. Find out why we believe employees are driving a strengths revolution in many workplaces and how organizations can harness this energy to improve performance.

Can A Question Change Your Life eBook

Let’s face it: creating changes that last can be hard – but it doesn’t have to be. This free eBook gives you a step-by-step guide to applying Appreciative Inquiry (a strengths-based framework for change) to build on the true, the good, and the possible for yourself, others, teams, and entire workplaces based on my studies with Professor David Cooperrider.

Lead Like A Woman – Book Chapter

This book teaches women how to flex their mindsets and leverage their feminine traits so they can step into their power. If you’re a woman who needs a roadmap to create the life and career you long for (or you’re a leader looking for ways to help women succeed), this is the guide you’ve been waiting for.

The Strengths Business Case

Can your people name their top five strengths? Are your leaders having the right conversations with their people? Over 20 million people have completed a strengths survey, and more people than ever before now have the opportunity to do what they do best each day at work. What’s making this change possible? This free, fully-cited business case gives you all the case-studies and evidence you need to learn the benefits of a strengths-based focus in the workplace.

Wellbeing Business Case

In its simplest form, wellbeing is your ability to consistently feel good and function effectively, and a growing body of research suggests it holds the key to improving employee engagement, safety, and productivity.  Why?  In this free, fully cited business case for wellbeing in the workplace, you’ll find all the evidence you need.