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Job Crafting Exercise™


The Job Crafting Exercise™ helps you make your job more engaging and fulfilling. The idea is to view your job in a new way — as a flexible set of building blocks rather than a fixed list of duties. Using this perspective, you create a visual plan for redesigning your job to better suit your values, strengths, and passions.

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Reflected Best Self Exercise™


The Reflected Best Self Exercise™ (RBSE™) enables people to identify their unique strengths and talents, making it an excellent tool for personal development. Each participant requests positive feedback from significant people in his or her life and then synthesizes it into a cumulative portrait of his or her “best self.”

The 2nd Edition of the Reflected Best Self Exercise™ (RBSE™) features the most useful elements of the booklet Bringing My Reflected Best Self to Life, which was retired in 2011.

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Partner Product: Humax Reciprocity Ring™


The Reciprocity Ring™ is a high energy, group-level activity that enables participants to give and get help, strengthen group cohesion, and generate positive emotions. Participants engage in acts of paying it forward while expanding their networks and gaining concrete benefits such as solving a problem, gathering critical information for a task, or receiving a referral to someone who can help with a project. Standard groups range from 24 to 75 people but can also accommodate groups as large as 500.

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Partner Product: Humax Assessment


Social capital – your network of connections and relationships – is one of the most valuable resources in business. The Humax Assessment is the world’s most comprehensive online diagnostic of one’s social capital, highlighting social network strengths and opportunities to enrich both individual and group social networks.

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Partner Product: Energy Network Analysis


Who Are Your Energizers? Energizers are positive influencers, effective leaders, and value creators. They inspire others to perform beyond the call of duty, and make organizational change successful and sustainable . . . Identifying energizers and working with them leads to higher organizational performance.