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Signature Strength help people flourish in their life and work.

  Curious and creative we use the science of positive psychology  combined with an NLP coaching approach to successfully support clients build their resilience and get results in their personal lives and careers.

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We offer high quality, personalised coaching, a range of personal development, career management and CPD workshops and training to people throughout Glasgow, Renfrewshire and Scotland.  In particular to those who:

  •  want to return to work after a break prompted by unemployment, ill health or raising your family
  • want support returning to their current role after a period of absence (maternity, ill health, stress etc)
  • are finding it difficult to manage their life situation with work (or vice versa) and are stressed and out of balance
  • are frustrated by their lack of results or progression in work
  • are curious about starting a business
  • want to maximise their personal and professional satisfaction and results
  • are currently in education and want support to build confidence and help plan their future
  • have clients who would benefit from positive psychology and NLP coaching and workshops
  • are working in the employability and career professions and want to learn how positive psychology and NLP will enhance your professional practice

To find out more about how our life coaching, career advice, coaching or training services will support you,  it’s easy to get in touch – contact us by phone, email or any of our social media channels.

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Certainty in uncertain times

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  One of our basic human needs is for certainty. This represents our security, our ability to plan and be confident that things will turn out as we envisaged.  That we can get on with our day without fear of someone jumping out at us, … finish reading here

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Conscious Acts of Kindness

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Building conscious acts of kindness into your week is an easy and highly effective way of promoting positivity, both in yourself and others. You will experience a stronger feel good factor when you allocate a specific time, for example a Feel Good Friday, to carry … finish reading here

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4 simple steps to career satisfaction

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Where are you at with your career right now? Whether you have just started in a particular job or you are well established in a career it’s important to regularly check your satisfaction levels.   Positive psychology research has shown that in order for us … finish reading here

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The value of social support

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Studies have consistently shown that social support is a key aspect of our wellbeing and success in life and work. How much and what type of support you personally benefit from will depend on your situation and personality however, there is no denying we ALL … finish reading here

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The meaning of life…


It’s not so much what we experience that influences our life. Instead, it’s the meaning we give to our experience. Wayne Dyer neatly sums this up saying “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” Once upon the time … finish reading here

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