Add Power and Performance with the new version of Cascade
Want to discover the power of your top five themes and understand how they can increase performance? Read on to learn how the latest Cascade improvements will provide you with the tools you need…
We also hear from coach Murray Guest on the benefits of using strengths at home.
Cascade Version 2.0r05b
In our latest Cascade update, we’ve added new tools to help you enhance the impact of your strengths coaching.
The highlights are:
You’ll find more information on each of these new elements in the sections below.
Our other improvements include strengthening the Theme Import process and the PDF creation on OneDrive. We’ve also added some little extras to the All 34 report and updated the heading for the Personal Insights report. Check out a full list of improvements in the Change Log.
Working with Dries Lombaard and Joe Holloway, we’ve developed a new worksheet that assesses the impact of your strengths in relation to performance. By considering four different aspects, Dries’ SeQuEnCe model explores how your themes might aid or hinder your progress of working towards a goal.
The SeQuEnCe performance elements are:
The Power of Me
Do you want to understand more about your inner power? Our new Power of Me worksheet cleverly draws out the power phrases from your top five themes. By combining these Descriptive Words with your Role I Play Statements, you’ll gain new insights and see what opportunities exist to build on the power of your themes.
This worksheet is adapted from the Power of 2. Find out more about The Power of Me.
Cascade in German
Working with a global team of coaches, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of the new German Language Pack. This third language option for Cascade adds to the existing French and Spanish Language Packs.
We had a battle to squeeze the longer German words and theme names into the Cascade report structure. But thanks to everyone’s help, we managed it!
How can I get the latest version?
Cascade version 2.0r05b2 was launched in December 2020. Click on the button below to access a step by step download guide.
Check out the full list of updates and improvements in the Change Log.
The Benefits of Strengths at Home
Understanding and building on our strengths is powerful individually. It helps personally as well as professionally. But just like how focusing on strengths within a team multiplies the effect, the same is true at home.
One of the many coaches making a difference to their community is Murray Guest. Murry lives near Newcastle, Australia and runs Inspire my Business. He writes:
“In many programs, participants ask if their partner can also complete the strengths assessment. Of course, I say yes! I go on to explain the positive and helpful impact of knowing my strengths and my wife’s strengths has had. How it’s helped our communication, parenting, management of our house and generally making each other right. I also share many stories of other participants who have had similar experiences.
Once my clients’ partners have completed their CliftonStrengths® assessment, I provide them with the Power of 2 and Personal Insights worksheets. These tools from Cascade help them on their strengths-based journey as a couple and enable deeper, more meaningful conversations.“
Want to enjoy the power of being part of an active coaching community?
The new Cascade Strengths Facebook group is buzzing with activity.
Join in now to get top-tips, learn from others, share your ideas, and see sneak previews of new features.
If you need help: please contact us quoting your Cascade license number (C followed by 5 digits at the top of the Cascade Menu).
Thank you for being part of this Strengths Community and please get in touch if you have a Cascade story to share, or just want a chat.
Richard and the Cascade Team
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