The six foundations that matter most to people’s performance at work are Respect, Clarity, Strengths, Praise, Growth & Empowerment¹. If these are strong then people can enjoy their work and perform at their best. This notebook helps individuals reflect on their own experience of the six most important elements for positive performance in the workplace.
It’s packed with interactive activities, reflective questions and practical tasks, designed to keep performance front of mind. It encourages individuals to explore how they can take action to strengthen their performance on a daily basis and supports teams to collaborate regularly to develop their team performance.
The format of the notebooks helps incorporate learning naturally into our day-to-day activities and provides further tools and ideas for positively impacting performance. It starts to shift the tone of conversations to be more positive and for individuals to feel empowered to take action. It’s also an excellent resource for Managers with helpful prompts they can use in huddles and team meetings to initiate and stimulate positive performance.
¹Informed by research by the Corporate Leadership Council and Gallup
People who use their strengths every day are 6X more likely to feel engaged at work, 8% more productive, 15% less likely to leave and 3X more likely to have excellent quality of life¹. This notebook helps us reflect on how we and our colleagues apply our strengths day-to-day, and the positive impact this has on our work and relationships.
The questions and prompts throughout are designed to take us through the four stages of the emotional intelligence model, developing greater self-awareness and awareness of others so we are better able to manage ourselves and our relationships. The notebook supports this journey of learning and helps each person define strengths for themselves in a way that is fun and easy.
It’s packed with interactive activities, reflective questions and practical tasks, designed to keep strengths front of mind. The format helps incorporate learning naturally into daily activities and provides further tools and ideas for improving awareness around our strengths and opportunities to use them more.
It’s also an excellent resource for Managers with helpful prompts they can use in huddles and team meetings to initiate great strengths-focused conversations.
¹Flade, Apslund & Elliot, 2015
A common misconception is that wellbeing is just about physical health and avoiding mental illness. This notebook shows that there’s much more to wellbeing and more we can do to support it, with far reaching possibilities in the workplace and beyond. In a world that is increasingly complex and uncertain, our notebooks empower people to be able to face life’s challenges positively.
The notebook has fun and thought-provoking reflective points and activities throughout, themed by 5 pillars of wellbeing in the PERMA model¹. By bringing our conscious awareness to these key elements we are prompted to consider how our work and wellbeing connect and identify opportunities to increase our general wellbeing and resilience in and out of work.
The notebook helps us reflect on how we can take action to maintain and improve our wellbeing on a daily basis and provides further tools and ideas to positive impact wellbeing. It’s also an excellent resource for Managers with helpful prompts they can use in huddles and team meetings to keep individual and team wellbeing front of mind.
¹Seligman, Martin (2011).