This 1-day flagship workshop by Naman is the quickest, easiest way to introduce the Strength-based Development philosophy to your organization. Based on CliftonStrengths® Assessment, MIDAS® helps individuals identify their strengths, get an insight into how they reflect in everyday actions, and the best way to leverage them. It gives them a path into managing their weaknesses while staying in their strength zone and becoming the best version of themselves.

We have seen this workshop produce very powerful results in a variety of participant groups.

For Young Professionals

Enhanced self awareness about their patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving led to improved emotional intelligence and better self management – in spite of apparent lack of ‘professional’ experience

For Managers

Armed with an understanding of how strength-based development approach, managers get more intuitive about identifying their team’s strengths and get better at delegation

For Teams

Teams that go through strength-based development workshops together became more sensitive towards each other’s strong suits, were able to create synergies for achieving challenging goals, and needed minimal or no supervision

For College Students

Students showed an improved ability to align their career path in accordance with their strengths and showed greater maturity while working in complex teams

Strengths Based Leadership

This 2-day intervention starts with helping managers and leaders discover their own strengths. It then gives them a proven method of identifying strengths of their team and stakeholders in four areas: Strategic Thinking, Executing, Relationship Building, and Influencing.

The workshop aims to help managers see that in their own journey towards leadership, they can’t rely on one model of a perfect leader. Instead, to build strong, collaborative teams in today’s complex workplace, they have to learn to operate from their strength zone as well as draw others to bring their own strengths.

While we initiate it as an Instructor-led, experiential workshop, we often combine Strength-Based Leadership with one-to-one coaching. This enables us to handhold leaders as they weave the strength-based leadership philosophy in their teams, organisations, and lives at large.

    Over years of conducting Strength-based leadership workshops and coaching forums, we have seen our participants:
  • Build high-performing teams and organisations with greater effortlessness as the constant struggle with weaknesses (theirs and their team’s) reduces.
  • Become better at building a more consensual leadership style – which becomes hugely critical as you move up the ladder to lead other managers and leaders.
  • Improve the quality of hires by zooming in one strength that people come with and strengths they need in their team/organization.

Strengths Based Coaching

Using an eclectic approach individuals are taught how to capitalize on their strengths.

The gains are:

Understand the strengths-based development approach.

Discover, develop, and leverage on own strengths for enhanced work performance through individual coaching and action planning.

Enable employees to be effective in their current role and prepare for future role.

Strengths Based Resilience

A Building Strengths based Resilience approach has a simple premise – identify what is going well, do more of it, and build on it. Strengths are positive factors in an individual which support healthy development. Resilience is the ability to ‘bounce back’, to ‘recover’ from adversities. A Building Strengths based Resilience approach recognizes that each of us has a combination of risk factors and protective factors which shape our development. The approach emphasizes the resourcefulness and resilience that exists in everyone rather than dwelling on what has gone wrong or placed a person at risk. It affirms that people can grow and change, and that everyone has a range of abilities and strengths, which, with the right support, can be mobilized to give them a better future


Our Approach

Stage 1


Helping participants discover their strengths and how they reflect in their actions

Stage 2


Appreciating what it means to optimally leverage your strength and how to achieve that

Stage 3


Creating opportunities to leverage strengths and manage weaknesses such that it contributes to growth

Stage 4


Aligning professional and personal goals to strengths such that you significantly improve your ability and competence in achieving them

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