The Strengths Portrait provides an accurate picture of how we prioritise our strengths, and this helps us better pick the right strengths for any given situation.

1.    Our most common behaviors are the strengths we use to navigate situations with other people. The Strengths Portrait provides an accurate picture of how we prioritise our strengths, and this helps us better pick the right strengths for any given situation.
The Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI) is an online assessment tool used by more than 2 million people in 31 countries.
Certification prepares you to immediately deliver Core Strengths training and introduces you to a community of more than 4,000 certified Core Strengths facilitators.

​Discover the Strengths Portrait Today!

Discover the Strengths Portrait Today!
Discover the Strengths Deployment Inventory Today!
Become a Core Strengths Certified Facilitator

Our most common behaviors are the strengths we use to navigate situations with other people. The Strengths Portrait tells a story of 28 strengths, or behaviors, that people value and commonly use when they interact with each other. The assessment provides an opportunity to produce a picture of a person’s most and least important ways of relating to other people. 

Speak to our consultants to demo the SDI today.

Speak to our consultants to demo the SDI today.
Speak to our consultants to demo the SDI today. Speak to our consultants to demo the SDI today.
To become certified, aspiring facilitators attend a two-day Core Strengths “Train-the-trainer” workshop.

​​​How We Prioritise for Effectiveness

How We Prioritise for Effectiveness

​​People tend to rely on the strengths they prioritise at the top of their portrait and avoid the ones they place at the bottom. This can lead to using strengths that aren’t effective or to overusing certain strengths, which often is counter-productive and can lead to conflict.

People tend to rely on the strengths they prioritise at the top of their portrait and avoid the ones they place at the bottom. This can lead to using strengths that aren’t effective or to overusing certain strengths, which often is counter-productive and can lead to conflict.
Today’s workforce is more and more diverse, so it’s critical to understand how differences impact our interactions. The SDI provides a base for understanding who we are and what motivates us, and it provides the same insights into others. It delivers a common and memorable language that guides people toward greater understanding and interpersonal effectiveness.
Ideal for Today’s Workforce
You’ll learn how to guide people in your organisation to:

​​​​Powerful for Both Individual & Groups

Powerful for Both Individual & Groups
Uncover Conflict

​​​The Strengths Portrait is an ideal tool for defining individual strengths and for defining the strengths of a team or group culture.

The Strengths Portrait is an ideal tool for defining individual strengths and for defining the strengths of a team or group culture.
The SDI is a “dual-state instrument,” meaning it shows the degree and nature of changes from the things-are-going-well state to the conflict state. People are more likely to go into conflict over things that are important to them which the SDI uncovers – a critical insight in today’s high-change business environments.
Today’s workforce is more and more diverse, so it’s critical to understand how differences impact our interactions. The SDI provides a base for understanding who we are and what motivates us, and it provides the same insights into others. It delivers a common and memorable language that guides people toward greater understanding and interpersonal effectiveness.
Ideal for Today’s Workforce
You’ll learn how to guide people in your organisation to:

​​Better Manage Your Self

Better Manage Your Self
What Sets It Apart
Uncover Conflict

​​​​Along with the SDI, it enables people to personally reflect on the behaviors they use and the choices they make. By creating a picture of how they relate to others who are in their circles of influence, they make effective changes as they acquire new skills, insights, and perspectives.

Along with the SDI, it enables people to personally reflect on the behaviors they use and the choices they make. By creating a picture of how they relate to others who are in their circles of influence, they make effective changes as they acquire new skills, insights, and perspectives.
The SDI is a powerful tool for all levels of an organisation. The critical insights it provides enable leaders and team members to better understand how to influence people who think, behave, and communicate differently.
The SDI is a “dual-state instrument,” meaning it shows the degree and nature of changes from the things-are-going-well state to the conflict state. People are more likely to go into conflict over things that are important to them which the SDI uncovers – a critical insight in today’s high-change business environments.
Today’s workforce is more and more diverse, so it’s critical to understand how differences impact our interactions. The SDI provides a base for understanding who we are and what motivates us, and it provides the same insights into others. It delivers a common and memorable language that guides people toward greater understanding and interpersonal effectiveness.
Ideal for Today’s Workforce
You’ll learn how to guide people in your organisation to:

​​​Multiple Reports

Multiple Reports
Better Manage Your Self
What Sets It Apart
Uncover Conflict

​The assessment produces a four-page report for the facilitator summarizing the results of the class and a 20-page personalized report for the participant that provides an overview of the results and key concepts, along with insights and information specific to the participant’s results.

9.    The assessment produces a four-page report for the facilitator summarizing the results of the class and a 20-page personalized report for the participant that provides an overview of the results and key concepts, along with insights and information specific to the participant’s results.
Along with the SDI, it enables people to personally reflect on the behaviors they use and the choices they make. By creating a picture of how they relate to others who are in their circles of influence, they make effective changes as they acquire new skills, insights, and perspectives.
The SDI is a powerful tool for all levels of an organisation. The critical insights it provides enable leaders and team members to better understand how to influence people who think, behave, and communicate differently.
The SDI is a “dual-state instrument,” meaning it shows the degree and nature of changes from the things-are-going-well state to the conflict state. People are more likely to go into conflict over things that are important to them which the SDI uncovers – a critical insight in today’s high-change business environments.
Today’s workforce is more and more diverse, so it’s critical to understand how differences impact our interactions. The SDI provides a base for understanding who we are and what motivates us, and it provides the same insights into others. It delivers a common and memorable language that guides people toward greater understanding and interpersonal effectiveness.
Ideal for Today’s Workforce
You’ll learn how to guide people in your organisation to:

​Experience the Strengths Portrait Today!

Experience the Strengths Portrait Today!

​Speak to our consultants to demo the Strengths Portrait today.

Speak to our consultants to demo the Strengths Portrait today.
Speak to our consultants to demo the SDI today
Discover the Strengths Deployment Inventory Today!
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Become a Core Strengths Certified Facilitator
To become certified, aspiring facilitators attend a two-day Core Strengths “Train-the-trainer” workshop.