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Positive Leadership
Team Development

Learn to Lead a Strengths-Based, Solution-Focused School


Positive leaders help teams achieve high levels of meaning, engagement, and achievement by building upon what works well. They proactively nurture a culture of authentic affirmation and empathetic collaboration. Positive leaders help people and organizations continue growing toward the most positive images they hold of themselves.

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Our Positive Leadership Team Development Program is research-based, using tools and techniques shown to...

  • Increase team effectiveness by 86%​​​

  • Strengthen planning and goal attainment

  • Enhance creativity and positive energy

  • Deepen relationships and improve communication

  • Improve delegation and role clarity

  • Accelerate individual self-development

  • Generate 6 times more engagement

  • Boost wellbeing, self-esteem, and confidence

Source: Corporate Leadership Council, 2005

Positive Leadership Program Overview
This program is delivered as series of 1 or 2-hour sessions over Zoom. We'll schedule your program at times that are convenient for your leadership team.

1:1 coaching options are available to support leader wellbeing and individual goals.
Program Modules
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Optimizing Your


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Solution-Focused Conversation Tools

for Leaders



and Developing

Your Team's Strengths

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PsyCap Conversation

Tools for Leaders

(Psychological Capital)


Strengths-Based Conversation Tools

for Leaders


Embedding Positive Leadership Practices into Team Structures & Routines

What Will Your Leadership Team Learn in This Program?

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Define your authentic leadership style and optimize your leadership strengths to lead yourself, others, and the organization effectively.

  • Make the most of your collective strengths as a team and generate sustainable workarounds for mitigating team weaknesses.

  • Enhance collaboration in your team and with colleagues you support through strengthspotting and strengths-based conflict resolution.

  • Facilitate team meetings and individual conversations that bring more focus to solutions and possibilities than problems and obstacles.

  • Help colleagues pursue professional and organizational goals in ways that build creativity, confidence, flexibility, and persistence.

  • Integrate Positive Leadership practices into regular team structures and routines to build a strengths-based, solution-focused school culture.


Start Developing Your Positive Leadership Team Today

What Clients Say

“Excellent job keeping us moving forward and not derailing. I would like to use this training with my whole division.”

Middle School Principal

“This was super - perfect for our new team!”

Professional Development Director

“Well worth the time - great to spread in the school to share the strengths vocabulary.”

High School Principal

“It was great to see this group model so much of what we hope all learners across the school will do: building an understanding of our common purpose, working from (our own and each other's) strengths, collaborating on meaningful initiatives, and - maybe most importantly - having fun in the process!”

CAS Coordinator

“Each of us has incredible strengths and our own networks. I'm encouraged by the way we are forging a more focused sense of purpose and vision, together, based on what we can each offer. With a shared set of principles to guide us, I'm excited about what future possibilities lie ahead!”

Director of Curriculum and Staff Development

“The interplay of realised and unrealised strengths in such a diverse group is fascinating and has so much potential to effect change.”

EAL Coordinator

“It was motivating, stimulating and fun working with others to problem solve rather than alone. Experiencing a clearer vision as a team is enlightening and powerful. When we work as a team we forge a more powerful instrument for problem solving then when any one individual can provide. We all realize it takes leadership, commitment and teamwork to be successful and sometimes it is difficult when we are all so busy in our day-to-day work life/balance.”

High School Associate Principal

“I felt most engaged when we have been discussing each other’s strengths. This work goes beyond what we do together. We are enablers towards others understanding their own strengths and utilizing them effectively.”

Elementary School Associate Principal

“Working with a partner to discuss strengths was very engaging. I felt heard and valued.”

Technology Integrator

“I felt really engaged when we took the time to actually "listen" and "value" what each individual was sharing and experiencing - especially during the individual strengths session. Also being a part of the change agent process.”

High School Associate Principal

“The introductory activities identifying each others' strengths were uplifting and bonding.”

Student Services Coordinator

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