We are dedicated to giving individuals, couples, families and businesses the wisdom and power to achieve their potential.
We believe that everyone has the capacity to achieve their full potential if they are only shown how. Our company exists because we care about people and the fulfillment of their potential. We make every effort to demonstrate this caring in our day-to-day business lives, in our interactions with our clients and with each other.
Our organization exists to provide everything people need to become who they are meant to be. We see ourselves as pioneers in the field of human potential and personal development.
It takes more than having the right people doing the right thing in the right time to make a great company. It takes each person functioning as a part of a dynamic system, fuelled by their own passion, ambition and desire to become who they are meant to be. At Striving Styles, we strive to create an environment where people can achieve their potential, while at the same time, achieving the goals of the business.
Drawing on decades of expertise with clients as well as our own life experiences as spouses, parents, friends and siblings, we strive to bring hope, optimism and well-being to the world. Our core purpose is to give people all the tools and support they need to stop surviving and start striving.read more >
The Striving Styles Personality System was developed by Toronto-based clinical psychotherapist, corporate therapist and author, Anne Dranitsaris, Ph.D, and her business partner and daughter, Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard, a sought-after speaker and expert in organizational development and behavioral change.read more >
While our combined experience, depth of knowledge and range of expertise working with individuals, families, teams and organizations firmly establishes us as leaders and experts in our respective fields, it is our love and passion for helping people to achieve their potential that truly sets us apart.read more >
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Despite how hard I work, I always run into conflict with my boss. I realized that we had different pictures in our minds of what we were trying to achieve."