This download includes 34 talent themes and three strengths and shortfalls for each. As an example for Responsibility:
This download explores how the 34 talent themes are triggered by stress and can find relief.
For example, Developer®:
Trigger: assessing without coaching; giving up on people; wasted potential in others
Relief: coaching toward growth; giving second chances; seeing potential realizedDOWNLOAD
This download provides a growth question for each talent theme to help grow your talents into strengths.
Connectedness: Am I reading connection into something that's not there?DOWNLOAD
This download explores how the 34 talent themes deal with change. For example:
This download provides growth practices for the 34 talent themes. As an example for Harmony:
This video webinar discusses how can a strengths approach help you to manage stress:
In some ways, Strengths and the Enneagram are very similar, and, in some ways, they are very different. In the end, they both help us see. This sheet compares them.
For example, regarding core applications:
Strengths: Performance & satisfaction
Enneagram: Motivation & wellbeingDOWNLOAD
In this 30-page report, two data scientists and one coach explore how these tools are related, featuring data from across the world.
The report package includes:
This video webinar reveals findings from our study on the assocations of Enneagram and Strengths:
This podcast discusses the powerful relationship between Strengths and the Enneagram:
This video webinar explores the connection between Strengths and the Enneagram:
This video webinar explores new depths of how these tools can be used together:
This video webinar discusses how Enneagram and Strengths can help with racial equality:
This video webinar explores psychological safety and its importance for workplace health, innovation, and success:
This worksheet helps you assess how STRONG of a leader you are and take steps to grow stronger:
This video webinar explores top engagement principles and how to apply them to working remotely:
This podcast discusses how to create a coaching culture in your organization, whether you’re large or small:
Are you living your one, true life? Some of us aren't. We're failing to live true to ourselves, to make the impact we're able to make, to feel purpose in our days. This makes for a half-lived life. What if you flipped the script?JOIN THE FREE INSTITUTE TO WATCH
What is a life calling? How do I find mine? How is life calling different than a job or career? These are some of the questions we'll cover as we begin our exploration in Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Life Calling.JOIN THE FREE INSTITUTE TO WATCH
Management expert Peter Drucker says that by the time we're 25 years old, we should know what our values are. That's because values shape decisions, behaviors, and activities. But most people don't know their values. How can you find them?JOIN THE FREE INSTITUTE TO WATCH
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In transition seasons, exploring one's life calling can be a rich area for discovery and growth. Join Tim and his guest Chris Heinz as they discuss some key principles of life calling, such as:
In today's world, using one or two marketing activities may not be enough. Discover your coach marketing mix through this helpful worksheet. With this worksheet, you can: understand the 19 marketing channels you may be missing, score each channel based on customers, capability, and cost, identify which channels may be best for you, and get started on building your marketing mix.DOWNLOAD
This download suggests growth practices for each Enneagram type. As an example for the Type 1:
This video webinar discusses how a coaching approach can help you manage stress:
This webinar explores how the Enneagram can help you to manage stress:
This download explores how the Nine Enneagram Types are triggered by stress and can find relief.
For example, Type Nine:
Trigger: disappointing people; unplanned conflict; having to make a choice I'm not ready to make
Relief: everyone getting along;
bringing new information; being welcomed to bring my voice
This video with guest, Dr. Peter Cannizzaro, discusses how the Christian approach can help you to manage stress.
This video interview explores why the Enneagram assessment is a good addition to your self-knowledge toolbox, and we:
This guide provides an overview of the Enneagram tool by answering important questions such as:
This podcast explores the Enneagram from a teenager's perspective:
This podcast discusses how to use your Enneagram Type to reduce stress and improve your daily life: