Strengths Based Parenting for Families

Strengths Based Parenting
strengths-based-parenting book

When raising children we either follow the approach our parents used or deliver a style that we would like. Strengths-Based Parenting looks at the unique characteristics of our children so we can provide the best framework to help them thrive.

You’ll find stories, examples and practical advice, along with information about each of the 34 CliftonStrengths® themes. Children between the ages of 10 – 14 can take the Strengths Explorer® assessment that identifies 10 general themes of talent. There is no assessment for younger children. Instead, the book explains how to recognise themes of talent through Strengths Spotting.

This is an ideal book to help parents create the best environments for their children and create a strengths-based family.

Written by Mary Reckmeyer with Jennifer Robinson, the 338-page book was published in 2016. It includes one Clifton Strengths® and one Strengths Explorer® assessment code.

The Strengths Based Parenting book is available from all good bookshops.

There is more information about the Strengths Based Parenting book on the Gallup website, along with answers to questions. Visit the Gallup Store.

Online Assessment Codes

More information about purchasing the assessment codes online is at How to take the CliftonStrengths® / StrengthsFinder® Assessment.

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