October 2016

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Strengths-based approaches to coaching are becoming increasingly popular. But what do these look like in practice and what are the principles that sit behind them? This session will give an overview of the science and rationale behind strengths-based coaching, before moving on to look at some practical ways to introduce strengths into your coaching practises.

This will be a highly interactive session with plenty of opportunity for discussion. We will explore different ways of identifying and working with strengths, considering when and how you might use different approaches. There will be opportunity in the session to try out and discuss one or two strengths exercises using the At My Best strengths cards as a coaching tool.

Michele-new-e1447085837547Michele Deeks BA, MSc, AFBPsS, C Psychol, HCPC Registered has been a consultant, facilitator and coach for over 15 years, Michele has a strong background in management development to add to her passion for helping people flourish at work.  With a particular focus on using positive psychology in the workplace to bring about lasting change for individuals, teams and organisations Michele has worked with a wide variety of organisations across the UK, Europe, US and Asia.

A director at Work Positive Ltd, Michele has a joint honours degree in Psychology and Education and a Masters degree in Occupational Psychology, both from the University of Wales, Cardiff.  She is a Chartered Psychologist and a Registered Occupational Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a member of the Association of Business Psychologists.

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