Called to Coach - 5 Steps to Building a Strengths-Based Culture

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A strengths-based culture is a powerful differentiator that helps companies attract top talent, bring out the best performance in every employee and create organic business growth.
  1. Robert Gabsa, a Gallup Workplace Consultant, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 1 of a 5-part series on Building a Strengths-Based Culture, Robert shared the first step in this process: Gaining the buy-in of the CEO or an executive sponsor. He discussed what organizational "culture" means, and how coaches and others can help executives see the importance of their, and their employees', strengths in light of employee engagement and performance, as well as fulfilling the organization's mission.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/309506/5-steps-building-strengths-based-culture-part-1.aspxEverybody needs a coach. By becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, you can empower others to succeed. We are teaching and training people all over the world to answer this call. You too can become a coach and learn how to use a strengths-based approach to improve employee engagement and performance and transform your workplace culture. To learn more or discover information about becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, visit Gallup Access: http://on.gallup.com/1i5OXhq.Gallup's Called to Coach is a live webcast that targets current and prospective coaches to interact with Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches who have found success in strengths-based development.
  2. Robert Gabsa, a Gallup Workplace Consultant, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 2 of a 5-part series on Building a Strengths-Based Culture, Robert shared the second step in this process: having every employee know and discover their CliftonStrengths. He discussed the work involved in changing a culture so that it's strengths-based; creating a sense of belonging through having a common (strengths) language; and bringing employees' CliftonStrengths into their behaviors and actions at work. The result fosters trust, understanding and more effective communication in a team and an organization. View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/309575/5-steps-building-strengths-based-culture-part-2.aspxEverybody needs a coach. By becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, you can empower others to succeed. We are teaching and training people all over the world to answer this call. You too can become a coach and learn how to use a strengths-based approach to improve employee engagement and performance and transform your workplace culture. To learn more or discover information about becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, visit Gallup Access: http://on.gallup.com/1i5OXhq.Gallup's Called to Coach is a live webcast that targets current and prospective coaches to interact with Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches who have found success in strengths-based development.
  3. Robert Gabsa, a Gallup Workplace Consultant, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 4 of a 5-part series on Building a Strengths-Based Culture, Robert shared the fourth step in this process: integrating CliftonStrengths into an organization's performance management system. Robert shared how most organizations' performance management systems revolve around an annual performance review, are backward-looking and deficit-based (rather than strengths-based). He told of the paradigm shift when an organization integrates strengths into performance management and aims its system at ongoing development, and how coaches can help managers move to a strengths-based model for their performance management.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/310145/5-steps-building-strengths-based-culture-part-4.aspxEverybody needs a coach. By becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, you can empower others to succeed. We are teaching and training people all over the world to answer this call. You too can become a coach and learn how to use a strengths-based approach to improve employee engagement and performance and transform your workplace culture. To learn more or discover information about becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, visit Gallup Access: http://on.gallup.com/1i5OXhq.Gallup's Called to Coach is a live webcast that targets current and prospective coaches to interact with Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches who have found success in strengths-based development.
  4. Robert Gabsa, a Gallup Workplace Consultant, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 3 of a 5-part series on Building a Strengths-Based Culture, Robert shared the third step in this process: building an internal network or community of strengths coaches. The organizational benefits of having such a network or community include that internal coaches often know the organization better than external coaches would; and that they can provide ongoing support through more frequent, even daily, contacts with the organization, including teams and executives. For organizations that are unable to afford the number of Gallup-Certified Strengths Coaches they need, there is the option of using Strengths Champions instead. And Robert explained some best practices and recommendations for organizations seeking to build such a network.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/309659/5-steps-building-strengths-based-culture-part-3.aspxEverybody needs a coach. By becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, you can empower others to succeed. We are teaching and training people all over the world to answer this call. You too can become a coach and learn how to use a strengths-based approach to improve employee engagement and performance and transform your workplace culture. To learn more or discover information about becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, visit Gallup Access: http://on.gallup.com/1i5OXhq.Gallup's Called to Coach is a live webcast that targets current and prospective coaches to interact with Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches who have found success in strengths-based development.
  5. Robert Gabsa, a Gallup Workplace Consultant, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 5 of a 5-part series on Building a Strengths-Based Culture, Robert shared the last step in this process: transforming your learning programs. Once an organization gets executive buy-in for strengths; has its employees take the CliftonStrengths assessment; builds a network of internal Strengths Coaches; and integrates strengths into performance management, then it should look at how strengths can transform its internal learning programs (such as hiring, onboarding and organizational communications, plus aligning employee and manager objectives with strengths) through infusing or integrating CliftonStrengths into them. Such efforts don't succeed overnight but bring observable results in business outcomes such as absenteeism, turnover, productivity and profitability.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/310523/5-steps-building-strengths-based-culture-part-5.aspxEverybody needs a coach. By becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, you can empower others to succeed. We are teaching and training people all over the world to answer this call. You too can become a coach and learn how to use a strengths-based approach to improve employee engagement and performance and transform your workplace culture. To learn more or discover information about becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, visit Gallup Access: http://on.gallup.com/1i5OXhq.Gallup's Called to Coach is a live webcast that targets current and prospective coaches to interact with Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches who have found success in strengths-based development.

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