StrongSuits free mini course
A free preview of our longer course showing you how to use StrongSuits to explore individual and team strengthsWatch Promo
This free mini-course shows you how to use the StrongSuits cards to work with team members to explore their own and others' strengths. In this course we will show you:
- How to play Your Winning Hand, a game to help team members to explore their own and others' strengths
- How to debrief the Your Winning hand game for maximum impact to build trust and create psychological safety.
You can also download a free extract of our StrongSuits Starter Guide.For more StrongSuits games and exercises enrol in our Introduction to StrongSuits which covers the four ways to use StrongSuits to build trust, improve communication and create psychological safety in teams.
Dave Corbet is the creator of StrongSuits. Dave has more than 20 years experience working to build high performing teams at all levels in a wide range of industries. Dave has a degree from Cambridge University and is the author of From Know-how to Do-how - a short and simple guide to change.
Below are some selected comments from his clients about the impact of Dave's work.
"One of the most knowledgeable and most insightful people I have ever met when it comes to developing teams." Daren Turner, Lincoln
"Helped us stop a cycle of thinking that we can’t change things and create a mindset that what we want to achieve is do-able." Juliet Blackburn, Cheshire
"The programme with Dave made a massive impact - getting us to work more collaboratively together and working towards a common goal." George Graham, SYPA
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What people say about StrongSuits
This is a fantastic and versatile development tool and it is really supporting individual personal development and how teams are working together in West Midlands Police - Karen Brock, West Midlands Police
This is by far the best team development programme I have ever attended. The untold possibilities, the flexibility and the non-threatening richness of the conversation – Sarah Murphy, Glos. County Council
It is really adaptable for a range of situations and is simple to use – Karen Pearson, Pearson Change Management