Strengths-based development is a powerful approach to personal and professional development that encourages individuals to focus on their strengths rather than their weaknesses to achieve greater success and fulfilment.
A strengths-based organisation emphasizes the development of individual strengths over weaknesses, fosters a positive feedback culture, and supports employee well-being and growth. It values collaboration, diversity, and continuous learning promotes leadership that models strengths-based behaviour and has a performance management system that focuses on leveraging employee strengths.
As a result of implementing a strength-based approach, companies have improved sales, profits, customer satisfaction, employee engagement, and turnover. But how exactly does it work? And how is it different from other approaches to development? With managers at the centre of how employee experience is delivered in the hybrid world of work, People Matters, in partnership with Gallup, brings you an expert panel of industry leaders who will share their insights on the following:
1.What is a strengths-based approach to talent management?
2.How is a strength-based approach to development different from other conventional approaches?
3.What are the steps you need to take to ensure that this approach is successful in the context of your business?
4.What is the role of a manager and how can they be empowered to adopt this approach?
5.What are some of the key challenges that managers are likely to face? And how can they overcome these challenges?
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John K. JohnVice President - Learning and Development, Reliance Industries Limited
Krishnan UnniChief People Officer, Mega Lifesciences
Manavi PathakHead - Learning and Organizational, Samsung R&D Institute India
Puneet Pratap SinghRegional Director-Research & Analytics, APAC, Gallup