R2 Strengths Profile Client Portal

Everyone has strengths. Let us help you identify yours and show you how to use them to achieve your fullest potential.

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The R2 Strengths Profiler is an exceptionally productive and comprehensive online assessment tool for individual executive, personal and team coaching, as well as student development and career planning. The survey has 180 questions and takes about 20 minutes to complete. Coupled with an SCP Strengths Assessment, your R2 results will help you gain a unique, insightful understanding of your realized strengths, learned behaviors, weaknesses, and unrealized strengths.



Marshal Realized Strengths

Identify the strengths that you perform well, use frequently and gain energy from using. Recognize when these can be overused.

Moderate Learned Behaviors

Recognize the strengths that you perform well but drain you with their use. Develop strategies to overcome this.

Minimize Weaknesses

Determine vulnerabilities with things you don’t do well. Create strategies to work around this with your energizing strengths.

Maximize Unrealized Strengths

Find opportunities to make greater use of the strengths that you perform well, find energizing — yet use less frequently. There is great potential here.



There are 60 distinct strengths in this tool, enabling your results to be presented in a very granular way.

In addition, your R2 Profiler will distinguish your strengths in five areas:

  • Your strengths of Being are those that describe the essence of how you exist in the world. For example, you might be Centered, Curious or Mission-driven.
  • Your Communicating strengths describe how you give and receive information. For example, are you an Explainer? A Listener? Someone who relishes the Spotlight?
  • Your Motivating strengths describe your drive toward action. Are you predisposed to Action? Adventure? Change? Competion?
  • Your Relating strengths describe how you to relate to others. You might be a Connector, an Esteem Builder or a Relationship Deepener.
  • Your Thinking strengths describe your approach to situations. Are you Innovative? Optimistic? Planful?