STRENGTH

DEPLOYMENT INVENTORY

Different personalities and motivations can easily lead to misunderstanding and even confrontation.

Strength Deployment inventory

Team dynamics can be very complex. SDI is an incredible tool that really helps pull teams together to create a “culture of connectedness.”

Easy to use and simple to apply

It’s relevant to all levels across an organisation, making it an ideal communication foundation to build a “culture of connectedness.”

Experienced team development coach and accredited SDI facilitator, Steve Short, administers all SDI programmes at Garlands Corporate, enabling teams to identify their own visual “Team Triangle” and embedding learning from this by using experiential activities that will enhance and engage your team.

Why the SDI Works

SDI de-personalises conflict

It helps people to understand how to reduce the potential for interpersonal conflict, in a non-threatening and supportive way.

SDI is memorable

It’s an experiential tool promoting common sense concepts in a highly visual manner – you can take your team’s SDI ‘triangle’ poster away for future reference.

SDI recognises and values our differences

It shows how we each value and prioritise different strengths, and how we take different approaches and interpret the actions of others.

SDI illuminates the reason for our actions

It’s a snapshot of who we are – going beyond behaviour to reveal our driving motivational values.

SDI is life-focused

It takes a whole of life perspective rather than only focusing on work or specific roles – which means it applies in every area of life.

SDI is easy to use and apply

It’s relevant to all levels across an organisation, making it an ideal communication foundation to build a “culture of connectedness.”

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