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Psychology@Work with The Strengths Guy! Deep dive into strengths-based psychologist Dr Paul Brewerton's mind for insights on human behaviour in the world of work, helping you get the most from work and from life, every day. A series of weekly podcasts to help you transform your understanding of individuals and how to help them reach their best performance. https://www.strengthscope.com/resources

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Psychology@Work with The Strengths Guy! Deep dive into strengths-based psychologist Dr Paul Brewerton's mind for insights on human behaviour in the world of work, helping you get the most from work and from life, every day. A series of weekly podcasts to help you transform your understanding of individuals and how to help them reach their best performance. https://www.strengthscope.com/resources

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English


Episodes
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P42 Strengths, business and neurodiversity with Nik Govier, Founder and CEO at Blurred

5/18/2024
In this podcast episode, Dr Paul Brewerton and Nik Govier (Founder and CEO of Blurred) discuss why BCorp matters, neurodiversity, and how organisations can better help people with different neurodivergences thrive at work. Hope you enjoy!

Duration:01:00:11

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P41 Josh Allan Dykstra on the challenge of measuring impact in the HR world

5/5/2024
For all of us in HR, L&D, OD, and all the subsets of the people professions, it’s difficult to measure the impact of our work in a credible, business-friendly, and commercially relevant way. So today, Dr Paul Brewerton invites Josh Allan Dykstra, CEO of #Love Work, to talk about all of this and more to provoke some thinking and discussion around the return on investment measurement in the people professions. Hope you enjoy!

Duration:00:58:56

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P40 Strengths and entrepreneurism with Rachel Carrell, CEO of Koru Kids

4/20/2024
An insightful conversation between Strengthcope Founder, Paul Brewerton, and CEO of Koru Kids, Rachel Carrell, as they dive into the strengths within leadership and entrepreneurship. Hope you enjoy!

Duration:00:53:24

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P39 Scott Christie on strengths vs skills: defining the future world of work

4/8/2024
Are strengths or skills going to be more important when we think about the future world of work and the future workforce? And quite frankly, right now? What are strengths, and how are they different from skills? Can you have one without the other? Find out in this episode with Dr Paul Brewerton - Founder & Chair of Strengthscope, and Scott Christie - Head of Training & Integration at Strengthscope.

Duration:00:59:07

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S17E3 Research alert – how to get the most from strengths at work… the evidence!

3/24/2024
Listen in as Dr Paul Brewerton dives into the 5-step model to maximise the chances of achieving positive outcomes from the application of strengths at work. All research-backed, of course. Hope you enjoy!

Duration:00:15:41

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P38 Bringing your people to the centre of change and transformation, with Dr Pete Thomond

3/4/2024
Dive into this jam-packed episode with Dr Paul Brewerton and Dr Peter Thomond as they discuss the dynamic topic of change and transformation and how you can bring your people to the centre of it all. Enjoy!

Duration:01:09:00

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S17E2 Assessments in recruitment - from social desirability to the full candidate picture with strengths

2/20/2024
Do you work in recruitment, talent acquisition, or in a broader HR role responsible for recruitment? Have you ever applied for a job or participated in an assessment centre or development centre, or you may do so in the future? Are you interested in the strengths approach and how it can create a fairer, less biased, more open and relaxed recruitment process? If any of the above, then this episode is for you. Hope you enjoy!

Duration:00:11:14

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S17E1 Get ready for candidate-led recruitment, the strengths way

2/4/2024
Recruitment today is no longer a ‘two-way’ process. It’s more ‘candidate way’ than ever, irrespective of the ebbs and flows of the recruitment market. Recruitment today needs to allow a candidate-centric, candidate-led approach in order to win the war for talent and to keep people engaged and retained for as long as it makes sense for both parties. In this episode, find out how the strengths approach plays a crucial part in candidate-led recruitment. Hope you enjoy.

Duration:00:08:48

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P37 - Kent Frazier, CEO of ParadoxEdge - a strengths-based approach to becoming more fully human

1/14/2024
Tune into this insightful conversation between Paul Brewerton, Founder and Chair of Strengthscope, and Kent Frazier, CEO of ParadoxEdge, on a strengths-based approach to becoming more fully human. Hope you enjoy!

Duration:00:59:26

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S16E12 5 strengths must-dos to keep strengths in your daily practice and in the flow of work

12/10/2023
Research tells us that people who use their strengths every day see many positive outcomes: less stress, better relationships, greater job satisfaction, higher levels of well-being and improved problem-solving. So how can you be part of that group? Today I want to share my top 5 tips for making strengths part of your daily practice and bringing them into your day to day work flow. Enjoy!

Duration:00:07:21

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P36 The Future of Work with Ollie Pickup – what role for humans?

11/27/2023
The Future of Work: What role for humans? An episode with Ollie Pickup. Listen as Ollie Pickup and Paul Brewerton dive into the future of work, touching on topics such as AI in recruitment. Hope you enjoy. Ollie is a London-based technology and business journalist. He has been labelled a "future-of-work influencer" and writes and talks about all of the subjects covered by the future of work – including employee experience, cybersecurity, workforce trends and artificial intelligence.

Duration:00:31:11

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S16E11 - The 8-point plan that will guarantee your strengths-based organisation lasts

11/19/2023
How do you implement a strengths-based approach that sticks in the long term? In this episode, you'll uncover eight key principles to help you sustainably achieve an organisation with strengths embedded in its culture.

Duration:00:10:41

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S16E10 - How you can change a culture in 5 simple steps

11/5/2023
Where does culture come from, and what influences it? Why is culture so hard to change? We delve into these questions and explore 5 simple steps to change a culture. This is the final part of our culture trilogy. Check Season 12, Episodes 7 and 11 for the first 2 parts.

Duration:00:12:44

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S16E9 - Why social identity theory matters to us all and what you can do about it

10/30/2023
In this episode, we explore how individuals adopt different identities based on their social groups and why they do this. The social identity theory is relevant in various life contexts, particularly work environments. From the impact on teams and organizations to the critical aspect of leadership, you will gain valuable insights into harnessing the power of social identity theory for positive outcomes. Join us as we navigate the complexities of human behaviour and discover how it can shape history and the workplace.

Duration:00:11:35

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S16E8 - Why would anyone want to be led by you? The question all leaders should still be asking themselves

10/23/2023
In this episode, we delve into the enduring question posed by professors Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones: "Why should anyone be led by you?" We explore the challenges of authentic leadership, reflecting on how this concept has evolved over the years, and discuss the struggle of aligning academic research, business demands, and popular opinion in the realm of leadership.

Duration:00:09:22

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Why would anyone want to be led by you - The question all leaders should still be asking themselves

10/21/2023
In this episode, we delve into the enduring question posed by professors Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones: "Why should anyone be led by you?" We explore the challenges of authentic leadership, reflecting on how this concept has evolved over the years, and discuss the struggle of aligning academic research, business demands, and popular opinion in the realm of leadership.

Duration:00:09:22

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S16E7 - How can you tell if your organisation is ‘strengths ready’?

10/9/2023
In this podcast, we explore the journey of adopting a strengths-based approach in organizations. From defining the approach to understanding its impact, we delve into what it takes to make the strengths approach work. Discover the keys to success and the common pitfalls to avoid.

Duration:00:10:24

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S16E6 The loneliness of the leader (and what you can do about it)

9/30/2023
Stepping into a leadership position is one of the most challenging career transitions you can make, but, If becoming a leader can lead to a sense of loneliness, and continuing on your leadership journey can get more and more isolating, what are the risks of that, and what are the solutions that have worked for other leaders? Here is my four-step guide to dealing with leadership loneliness - hope you enjoy!

Duration:00:12:58

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S16E5 - How the strengths approach can support a neurodiverse culture

9/23/2023
Neurodiversity is a super important topic for everyone in the workplace, not least for managers and for people professionals in HR, talent and learning and development teams. Neurodivergences need to be understood at work so that they can be accommodated, so that ND individuals can continue to feel included and valued.

Duration:00:06:45

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S16E4 - How to use strengths in influencing

9/9/2023
In today’s podcast, you'll learn about six clear steps for upping your influence game using your own strengths. Enjoy!

Duration:00:08:22