As a Chartered Psychologist, I have to make sure that I only use tools that are based on excellent research so I don’t give recommendations lightly. So when I went to be trained how to use Strengthscope, I was sceptical and wanted to know a lot about how it works, why it works and what the scientific basis was. And I have been hugely impressed on all counts. In particular, how it shows to shift your mindset to playing to your strengths rather than beating yourself up about weaknesses.
I do realise this could sound rather wooly, but I have seen spectacular results from the strengths approach which are arise from the individual finding resources in themselves they never realised they had. I have benefited from this approach to coaching myself so know personally the value it can bring.
How much does it cost?
I am trying a new idea for 2019 to enable more people to try strengths based coaching and, to make sure more people can experience it, I’m offering the first session for free. No catches. No small print. Let’s just have a chat for half an hour and see if there isn’t something I can help you work on right away. At the end of our conversation we can reflect on whether we can work together. I can take you through how to do the Strengthscope and how we might work together.
And to make it even easier, we can do it by Skype, Google Hangout, FaceTime or WhatsApp. I’m really experienced at quickly establishing a rapport and finding a place to start. If you think at the end of this there is something we might work on together, we can figure out how to do it together. I work in many different ways and can usually find a way to accommodate the way people want to work – and what they can afford.
Why not drop me a brief note using this form and we can take it from there.