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Gallup Strengths Bookshelf

Want To Become A Stronger Leader?

Then Change To A Strengths-Based Leadership Style...

You'll Quickly See Positive Change 

In The Lives Of All Those That Follow You.

As a leader within an organization, you have the opportunity to determine the approach you'll use in building the best possible working relationship with staff and how to create and foster an engaging workplace environment for them to succeed. 
While there will never be ‘one way’ that works 100% of the time across all staff and through all situations, one highly effective developmental tool is to build an understanding of strengths and how to use strengths-based coaching conversations as a method to guide both your individual staff members and your entire team to higher performance.  These conversations aren’t about changing job duties or outcomes but instead understanding what motivates your staff member(s) and guiding the approaches she/he may have to accomplishing work.  
People go way beyond 110% when they have the chance to undertake work that fully engages their core talents and strengths. Thus, a strengths conversation can assist in figuring out how your staff may achieve even greater success (and with less stress) throughout the year.
Understanding the talents and strengths that the individuals on a team bring to work allows a manager to bring out the best in their staff each day and minimize the areas in which they struggle.  By learning to view the strengths as a critical tool in how work tasks are assigned, not only will it ensure better work performance but also create a highly engaged team that quickly becomes deeply intertwined with the understanding in how the team and the larger organization are all are working towards accomplishing shared goals. 
Contact us for more information about becoming a strengths-based leader, or to schedule a FREE initial email or phone consultation today!

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