“There is no more effective way to empower people than to see each person in terms of his or her strengths.” (Don Clifton PhD, the Father of Strengths Psychology, 1924-2003)
Learning is one of our core values at Caliber. Right now, one of our focuses is learning about our personal and collective natural talents and how they impact the way we work together.
Why? Because we want everyone on our team to feel fulfilled in their role and be fulfilling their true potential, we want to genuinely know and understand each other, and we want operating to the best of our ability so we can provide the best service to our clients.
“The global strengths movement started six decades ago when Don Clifton posed a simple question: ‘What would happen if we studied what was right with people versus what’s wrong with people?‘”
Grounded in Positive Psychology, the process of learning about our strengths has been extremely rewarding … we’ve all come away from the process feeling empowered, engaged, appreciated, understood, connected and energised … and eager to maximise the exceptional pool of talent we have here at Caliber.