TIFF as a tool for our time

TIFF as a tool for our time

With a World Health Organisation prediction that by the year 2020 major depression/anxiety will be second to heart disease as a cause of disability, organisations and businesses have started to focus on their Social Sustainability. Corporate Service Responsibility (CSR) audits are being undertaken in companies. Those with a focus on Human Resources are a development of the previous 'Investment in People' frameworks

Developing Functional Fluency using TIFF provides effective follow-up to a company CSR audit; an antidote to the depression and anxiety that can sap energy and initiative. TIFF is a fundamentally different sort of psychometric tool that uses a practical focus for building on present strengths to:
• boost morale
• save energy
• reduce stress
• increase effectiveness
• build confident communication and positive relationships

A functionally fluent organisation maximises both the effectiveness and the health of its members in order to deliver the success it aims for. 'Is the culture of our organisation part of the problem or part of the solution?' is the question to ask

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We use our blog to refect on how Functional Fluency and TIFF is being used, and how it can be developed further, across the broad spectrum of situations where building more effective relationships is valuable.

Blog posts
Fluent Self Newsletter - October 2017
Fluent Self Newsletter - July 2017
Google in-house coaches are using TIFF personal development tool
The Value of Functional Fluency and TIFF in Coaching
The Human Face of The Productivity Problem
TIFF as a tool for our time
Effective Sales Skills - vital for business success
What Makes a Good Life? It's Good Relationships
TIFF – the ‘actometric’ in a psychometric world
Developing Leaders Requires a Change of Approaches
Taking Action on the Health and Wellbeing Agenda
Fluent Self Newsletter - April 2016
Functional Fluency & TIFF Developing in South Africa and India
Are you a 'Lighthouse Parent'?
Fluent Self Newsletter - August 2016
Struggling with Empty Nest Anxiety?
'Functionally Fluent Leaders' workshop at Staff Developers Conference
Bringing Up Children Well
Fluent Self Newsletter - October 2016
Business Owners – how to have a good Christmas
Functional Fluency is making a difference in schools
Fluent Self Newsletter - December 2016
First TIFF Provider Licensing training in India
Enhancing the Effectiveness of Academic Support for Students
Building Teams that Work Well
Fluent Self Newsletter - March 2017
Functionally Fluent Leadership
Teachers in South Africa enjoy a Functional Fluency introductory workshop
How's Your Team Working?
Follow the Leader
Fluent Self Newsletter - February 2018
Supreme Leaders vs Effective Leaders
Improve Productivity by Being in Charge Effectively
Using Functional Fluency for Reflective Practice as a Trainer/Facilitator
How Resilient Are You?
Looking after our mental wellbeing with Functional Fluency
Fluent Self Newsletter - May 2018
Mental Health at Work - British Chambers of Commerce Study