Focusing on What’s Strong, Not Wrong with Teresa Curman

23rd May 2023 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Style of Event: FREE for Corporate Members (Use CODE: WIBFWEB)
WiBF Member: AUD $0.00 Website Subscriber: AUD $20.00
12:15-1:00pm AEST


One of the most practical evidence-based interventions to arise from the Positive Psychology movement is the practice of understanding and leveraging our key character strengths. Research tells us the benefits of using a strengths-based approach in the workplace include increased well-being and job satisfaction for individuals, and greater familiarity and connectedness for teams.

In this interactive webinar, you’ll learn how to:

– Harness your strengths in the workplace

– Utilise your core behaviors to improve leadership effectiveness, and shape career development

Pre Work

Participants will be required to complete a free Strengths Profile Starter Assessment before the webinar. This free Starter Profile will provide participants with their top-3 realised strengths, top-3 unrealised strengths, top-2 learned behaviours, and top weakness. Participants will be asked to share their results with the presenter before the webinar so de-identified results can be used for the purpose of learning during the webinar. Detailed instructions will be sent to participants after enrolment.


By the end of this workshop, participants will have a better understanding of their core behaviours and the impact these have on their energy levels and performance.


This introductory workshop provides participants with a high-level understanding of their signature strengths as well as some of the skills to harness them in the workplace. Benefits of attending this workshop include learning how to leverage strengths to manage energy levels, improve leadership effectiveness, and shape career development.


Teresa Curman is an ICF-accredited executive coach with a passion for improving the workplace experience one client at a time. Whether it’s a people-related issue, a performance challenge, or a desire to reconnect with purpose, her clients are provided with a safe space in which to reflect and develop pathways for achieving their goals. Teresa’s evidence-based approach is informed by her Master of Science in Coaching Psychology education (University of Sydney) and her contextual understanding of the workplace comes from more than 20 years’ experience in senior national, regional and global business development roles within the professional services sector and an MBA qualification (AGSM). For more information, please visit curmancoaching.com.