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Strengths-Based Leadership (with Gallup Clifton Strengths Assessment)


The strengths-based leadership programme incorporates Gallup’s latest research, findings and best practices on what it takes to deliver high performance in today’s changing workplace. Participants will leave this fast-paced programme with the tools, techniques and practical experience they need to more confidently and effectively manage in ways that create and sustain high performance personally and with others.

Prior to the training day, participants will take an online assessment known as The Clifton Strengths Assessment.  This online test (formerly named the Clifton Strengths Finder) measures the participant’s specific order of 34 Clifton Strengths themes.  This is their talent DNA. It explains the unique ways the participant accomplish their goals by building relationshipsthinking strategicallyexecuting plans and influencing others.

Gallup research finds that people who know and use their Clifton Strengths are:

  • More engaged at work
  • More productive in their role
  • Happier and healthier

Upon completion of the assessment, participants will receive a personalised report that explains how they use their talent DNA to succeed at work and everywhere else.  People who have the opportunity to use their Clifton Strengths are:

  • 6 times as likely to be engaged in their jobs
  • 6 times as likely to strongly agree that they have the opportunity to do what they do best every day
  • 3 times as likely to report having an excellent quality of life


    • To gain self-awareness into understanding personal talents, in order to optimise leadership strengths
    • To use talents to individualise leadership approaches, in order to maximise personal effectiveness
    • To practice proven techniques to engage and influence others, in order to enhance team performance
    • To create performance management strategies that will yield higher levels of performance for self and others
    • Enhancing team efficiency and effectiveness through a strengths-based approach
  • Role play
  • Evaluation, for example, tests
  • Simulating real world challenges
  • Group discussions,
  • Sharing of ideas and wins
  • Individual and team breakout sessions for brainstorming and ideas generation
  • Self reflection interventions to determine corrective action for improvement
  • Active involvement in experiential simulation.