Strengths vs. Deficit Based Thinking Guide

Research has shown that strengths-based programs are more effective and the results are more sustainable.

By focusing on strengths, you increase your ability to act which encourages greater possibilities for success. Download our guide that outlines the difference between strengths-based and deficit-based thinking.

Amy Varga

Amy Varga


Amy Varga and her team at The Varga Group have guided over a hundred nonprofit clients in raising more than $90 Million dollars through their comprehensive consulting services in capital campaign counsel, fundraising training, retreat facilitation, board development and leadership coaching. The Varga Group is located in the Pacific Northwest with clients nationwide.