The Strengths Profile Book
About The Book
Cappfinity's CEO Alex Linley and Trudy Bateman, Head of Strengths Profile, share their expertise and practical application of strengths with this second edition of The Strengths Book.
Strengths help you be your authentic Best SELF by understanding what you can do and love to do.
Years of research, thousands of interviews and consulting with hundreds of companies globally make Cappfinity The Strengths Experts.
We know that using your strengths helps achieve a happier, productive and more rewarding life.
The Strengths Profile Book reveals all 60 strengths from our online strengths tool. We take you on a journey to discover your strengths, and give you the language to talk about and share them.
With insights and practical suggestions, we help you develop and apply your strengths in practice. Understand and use your strengths to achieve your goals and get results. Wake up every day excited about what you will achieve.
Who Should Use It?
Bring your team development sessions to life with our Strengths Profile Cards, featuring the 60 strengths and action advice relevant to the 4 Quadrant categories, as well as suggested games.
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We are delighted to have launched our new edition of The Strengths Profile Book.