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Southeast Asia's Premier Strengths Programme for Schools
6 Countries | 33 Schools | 7,400 Educators & Students
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The StrengthsTransform™ Educator programme powers excellence in teaching careers through Discovery, Development & Directing of one's unique talents.
Find out more at the StrengthsTransform™ Educator series.
The StrengthsTransform™ Education & Career Guidance programme empowers students for excellence in future careers by Discovering, Developing & Directing students' unique talents.
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The StrengthsTransform™ Personal Mastery programme empowers youths to develop resilience, overcome challenges & master the teenage development journey.
Find out more at StrengthsTransform™ Personal Mastery.
educators & students say...
The course significantly improved my understanding of what each theme means to me and how it can be used. This is most relevant for my work because I can speak to my students about their themes with more confidence and fluidity.
This is what I would say to others who are considering the course:
"If you believe in strengths, this course is for you. If you want to help yourself deal better with students or colleagues using strengths, this course is for you. Even if you're sceptical about strength, this course will change your mind."
Subject Head, Character & Citizenship Education, Dunman High School
Before the course, I was less confident, always trying to be someone else. I was shy and could not explore my strengths, always thinking that I am "so bad".
After the course, I was able to explore my talents. I am much more confident, and comfortable being myself & will develop my strong points.
Nguyen Thi Ha Phuong
Teacher, Nguyen Tat Thanh School, Hanoi
Before the workshops, I was always doubting, wondering whether I have any strengths. I was always looking at my weaknesses.
After the session, I realised that I do have strengths & weaknesses. However, I should look at my strengths and focus on improving them. I should also work around other people's strengths.
Estee (Name changed to protect identity)
Singapore Girls' Home
The most impactful takeaway is recognising what my strengths are and how it affects my life and interactions with others.
Before the workshop, I only had a general idea of what I'm good at. I struggle occasionally to reconcile my varying beliefs. For example, I don't find the need to make everyone happy yet I do really care about what others feel.
Now I have a better idea about my strengths and inclinations. I am still trying to better myself and apply my strengths.
Le Hoang Hiep
Scholar, Raffles Institution
"The most impactful takeaway was the understanding of my talent themes better so that I can further develop them into strengths.
Before the workshop I did not like most of my talent themes and felt that it was inferior to other themes. But after the workshop I understood how valuable was every single one of my talent theme. I will not change it for other themes
Nicholas Chung, Year 3, Temasek Junior College
It was interesting and opened my eyes to the different talent themes to allow me to understand and relate more deeply to others by understanding them from the inside.
It helped me to identify talent themes that I did not know I had thus allowing me to bank on them and capitalise what I am. It is very useful in helping me achieve my goals.
Chin Ngiok Yong
Dunman High School Year 3 Student