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October 2019
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learned behaviours

Realise2 – Capp’s Leading Edge Strengths Assessment and Development Tool

Posted by: Alex Linley


As many readers of The Capp Blog will know, Realise2 is Capp’s leading edge strengths assessment and development tool. It works by assessing 60 different strengths according to the three dimensions of performance, energy and use.


The results are then combined to determine where each attribute falls, into one of the four quadrants of the Realise2 4M Model, which are:


Realised strengths – high energy, high performance, high use


Unrealised strengths – high energy, high performance, lower use


Learned behaviours – lower energy, high performance, variable use


Weaknesses – lower energy, lower performance, variable use.


The 4 “Ms” of the Realise2 4M Model describe the advice that applies for optimal performance and development in each of these quadrants:


Marshal realised strengths – use them appropriately for your situation and context


Maximise unrealised strengths – find opportunities to use them more


Moderate learned behaviours – use them in moderation and only when you need to


Minimise weaknesses – use them as little as possible and only where necessary.


With over 50,000  people having now taken Realise2, here at Capp we have a wealth of experience and insight into how people use the Realise2 4M Model in practice, as well as the different strengths dynamics, interplays and combinations that come about. Most important of all, we know what these mean and the impact they have for you when it matters.


To share these insights and experiences with you, our loyal readers of The Capp Blog, we will be showcasing some of our most intriguing experiences and insights of Realise2 with you in an occasional series of forthcoming blogs.


If you’re not familiar with Realise2, you can find out more about the tool, including sample reports and purchase options, from the Realise2 website.


Watch this space for future insights, tips and techniques on Realise2, and let us know if you have areas of particular interest that you would like us to cover. Post your question or comment in the Comment section below.



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