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  1. Dr. Ben Wigert, Director of Research and Strategy for Gallup's Workplace Management Practice, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Dr. Adam Hickman, Gallup's Content Manager, was the host. Ben and Adam shared Gallup's insights on the Progress Review, something most managers struggle with. They talked about the optimal frequency of these reviews; how other developmental conversations can support them; how an employee's successes can be a starting place for reviews; and how to use reviews to inspire and improve employee performance and engagement.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/316391/getting-progress-reviews-done-right.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. Mara Hoogerhuis, Gallup Subject Matter Expert in Leadership, Learning and Change, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 5 of a webcast series focusing on Creating a Culture That Inspires, Mara covered the first half of what to expect in organizational change, including overcoming obstacles -- such as burnout and stress -- and helping employees to be resilient and thrive. She gave insights on how strengths-based organizations can deal with disruption in employees' work and personal lives and can become competent at leading change.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/315446/create-culture-inspires-organizational-change-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.
  3. Sallie Peters, Permissions Program Manager at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Sallie updated coaches and entrepreneurs on Gallup's licensing requirements and processes, and offered valuable insights and suggestions on everything from licensing your CliftonStrengths-based product to using Gallup's intellectual property in your publication, including permissions and the boundary lines for acceptable use. She also shared key resources that can help you in your efforts to partner with Gallup and to move CliftonStrengths forward.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/313412/licensing-partnering-gallup-move-cliftonstrengths-forward.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. Jaclynn Robinson, Learning and Development Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 4 of a webcast series focusing on Creating a Culture That Inspires, Jaclynn shared what organizations can do to foster an environment that recognizes and celebrates success -- especially as more of their employees may be working remotely -- including insights on how teams and managers can individualize their recognition and make it meaningful.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/313247/create-culture-inspires-celebration-success.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. Jaclynn Robinson, Learning and Development Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 3 of a webcast series focusing on Creating a Culture That Inspires, Jaclynn shared how important it is for organizations to communicate their mission and purpose clearly to their employees. As individual employees gain greater understanding about their organization's purpose, this fosters discovery of their own sense of purpose and enhances their contributions to the organization and their own team.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/313202/create-culture-inspires-purpose.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.
  6. Jessica Dawson, Learning and Development Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 2 of a webcast series focusing on Creating a Culture That Inspires, Jessica shared (at least) 22 ways in which organizations, including managers, executives and individual employees, can start CliftonStrengths conversations and can sustain a focus on strengths in their culture.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/312887/create-culture-inspires-ways-embed-strengths.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.
  7. Jessica Dawson, Learning and Development Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Jessica explored the "how" of building a strengths-based culture in your organization, through Gallup's "Name it, Claim it, Aim it" model that is taught in the Accelerated Strengths Coaching course. Organizations often have questions on how to proceed after their employees have taken the CliftonStrengths assessment and have their results. Jessica brings helpful insights on the next steps organizations, managers -- and the CliftonStrengths Coaches who are assisting them -- can take to develop their employees' strengths and apply them in the workplace.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/312830/create-culture-inspires-name-claim-aim-strengths.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.
  8. Austin Suellentrop, CliftonStrengths Portfolio Manager at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Austin spoke to the timely issue of using your CliftonStrengths to advance your career, and how you can do this regardless of your current job situation. Whether you are unemployed and looking for a new job, are experiencing significant changes in your role, or are experiencing no major disruptions at work, your CliftonStrengths can enhance your excellence, energy and engagement at work and can boost your wellbeing.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/311012/improving-your-career-with-cliftonstrengths.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.
  9. Dr. Sue Bath, Senior Workplace Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 2 of this 2-part series, Sue talks about strengths-based development and how managers can develop employees' strengths to achieve outcomes. This includes making engagement relevant to everyday work; educating managers on new ways of managing; practicing companywide communication; and holding managers accountable. Sue shared how 5 Coaching Conversations can help managers in their (and their organizations') efforts to foster employee engagement.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/310589/develop-people-strengths-achieve-outcomes.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.
  10. Dr. Sue Bath, Senior Workplace Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Sue shared the vital role of strengths awareness for teams -- that each person understands their own unique talents, along with the talents of others on the team, and how the combination of these can help the team overcome challenges and achieve its performance goals. This should be supplemented by a team's knowledge of its own strengths composition -- how the team's strengths complement each other, where the team is strong and where it is weak. In this way, the team can maximize its combined strengths and apply them to each goal and challenge in its current situation, propelling team engagement and productivity forward.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/310550/setting-teams-success-awareness-composition.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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. Bruno Zadeh, Gallup Senior Learning Consultant, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Bruno conducted informal polls of several hundred Gallup-Certified Strengths Coaches in Australia and New Zealand, and shared how they are using their CliftonStrengths as they face the many challenges they encounter as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. These challenges include learning how to work virtually and to be productive in this new context, and balancing work at home, family time, and homeschooling of their children. The webcast highlighted the many resources Gallup offers for employees and parents as they learn to navigate this unique environment.Learn how you can lean into your strengths during COVID-19. View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/309479/leaning-into-your-strengths-during-covid-19.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.
  17. Dean Jones, Senior Learning Expert at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Dean brought his insights to the topic of virtual learning and the challenges inherent in conducting an effective CliftonStrengths Workshop specifically via the Zoom tool. He shared the importance of knowing the technology component and of helping participants get that component right; how to facilitate effective participation, including the role of the chat room; and how crucial it is to prepare well, plus some Q&A, in Part 2 of this 2-part series.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/309305/conducting-effective-cliftonstrengths-workshops-via-zoom-pt-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.
  18. Dean Jones, Senior Learning Expert at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Dean brought his insights to the topic of virtual learning and the challenges inherent in conducting an effective CliftonStrengths Workshop specifically via the Zoom tool. He shared how you can navigate the technology component of virtual learning and key points to consider in order to deliver valuable, engaging learning experiences, in part 1 of this 2-part series.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/309089/conducting-effective-cliftonstrengths-workshops-via-zoom.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.
  19. Sofia Kluch, Director of Gallup's Data Science Program, and Adam Hickman, Gallup's Content Manager, were our guests on a recent Called to Coach. Sofia and Adam shared their perspectives as full-time employees and full-time parents on the challenges employees, managers and coaches currently face in working remotely -- including topics such as videoconferencing, flex scheduling, productivity and the human element of having your children in the home while you work.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/308801/4-adjustments-parents-working-from-home.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.
  20. Mohamed Younis, Gallup Poll Editor in Chief, and Adam Hickman, Gallup Content Manager, were our guests on a recent Called to Coach. Mohamed and Adam discussed the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic is bringing to workplaces, and how Gallup's wealth of research and data can help organizations, coaches, managers and employees navigate those challenges -- including keeping remote workers engaged and finding ways to connect while in isolation.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/308138/adjusting-right-new-workplace.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.
  21. Al Winseman, Learning and Development Senior Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Al shared about Gallup's approach to performance management. That approach involves investing in people as individuals, including the fourth of 5 Coaching Conversations managers should have with their employees -- Developmental Coaching. This conversation is event- or project-based, and itself has 3 subconversations that aid in clarity of expectations; understanding a project's current status, successes and challenges; and a review at the end of the project that includes what comes next.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/306074/5-coaching-conversations-part-4-developmental-coaching.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.
  22. Dr. Adam Hickman, Gallup's Content Manager, and Ryan Wolf, Gallup's Physical Wellbeing Lead, were our guests on a recent Called to Coach. Adam and Ryan shared timely insights on strategies you can use to maintain healthy wellbeing -- including Purpose, Social and Physical Wellbeing -- for yourself and your coworkers as you navigate the challenges of working remotely.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/297503/ensuring-wellbeing-doesn-suffer-working-remotely.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.
  23. Paul Walters, Workplace Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Paul shared Gallup's approach to performance management, and how managers can be intentional about developing their people every single day and giving them opportunities to learn and grow. In Part 3 of this 5-part series, Paul discussed the third of 5 Coaching Conversations managers should have with their employees -- the Check-In -- and how managers can use it to foster employee engagement.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/297050/coaching-conversations-part-check.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.
  24. Paul Walters, Workplace Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Paul shared about Gallup's approach to performance management. That approach involves investing in people as individuals, including the second of 5 Coaching Conversations managers should have with their employees -- the Quick Connect -- in order to build trust, help them connect with their team's and organization's mission, and foster workplace engagement.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/296531/coaching-conversations-part-quick-connect.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.
  25. Dr. Adam Hickman, Gallup's Content Manager, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Adam brought his expertise to bear on engaging remote workers, a topic in the news because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Adam shared strategies for managers and coaches -- including individualizing to each employee's needs and understanding how they perform best, based on their CliftonStrengths -- that will help them foster engagement among their employees who work from home.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/290792/using-cliftonstrengths-military-veterans.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.
  26. Paul Walters, Workplace Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Paul shared about Gallup's approach to performance management. That approach involves investing in people as individuals, including the first of 5 Coaching Conversations managers should have with their employees in order to build trust, help them connect with their team's and organization's mission, and foster workplace engagement.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/296192/coaching-conversations-role-relationship-orientation.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.
  27. Jessica Dawson, a Learning Development Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 2 of this 4-part series, Jessica brought additional insights about how coaches can move their clients -- and how you can move yourself -- from talent to strength. She shared the benefits of having a personal Board of Directors in addition to a coach; of studying what excellence means for you; and several catalysts that can propel you toward turning your talents into strengths.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/287453/personalizing-development-cliftonstrengths.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.
  28. Jessica Dawson, a Learning Development Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 1 of this 4-part series, Jessica gave coaches new insights about "leaning into" their strengths and what that looks like. These include using your past to fuel your future, and discovering the power of your emotions -- and how both can help you maximize the way you deploy your strengths to reach new goals and overcome obstacles, in the workplace and in your personal life.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/287276/lean-right-cliftonstrengths-theme-right-time.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.
  29. Jaclynn Robinson, Learning Development Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach -- the fourth in our series on managers and teams. Jaclynn and Jim Collison exchanged ideas about exercises and activities -- including the team grid, the CliftonStrengths Team Activities Guide, and Theme Insight cards, but also some less formal activities -- that teams can use to build collaboration and maximize how they apply their talents in the workplace.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/284303/team-building-activities-exercises-part.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.
  30. Jaclynn Robinson, Learning Development Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach -- the third in our series on managers and teams. Jaclynn shared some ideas on how teams can make their workplaces recognition-friendly, with recognition that is meaningful and matters. She also spoke about how conflict in teams can actually foster team growth, evolution and health, and how teams can move through and resolve conflict.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/284192/building-better-team-part.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.
  31. Cathy DeWeese, Senior Workplace Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 2 of our series on Teamwork, Cathy spoke about the manager's role in fostering teamwork, including how managers can move from boss to coach. In addition, she provided insights on the 5 traits of great managers from Gallup's It's the Manager book: Motivation, Workstyle, Initiation, Collaboration and Thought process.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/284042/leading-team-manager-role-teamwork.aspx Everybody 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.
  32. Adam Hickman, Content Manager at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. In Part 1 of this two-part webcast focusing on managers and their teams, Adam talks about teams and the important role that managers play in their teams' engagement. He presents five C's, supported by Gallup data, that are crucial for managers to implement as they seek to foster increased engagement.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/283970/teamwork-workplace-importance-manager.aspx.Everybody 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.
  33. Dean Jones, Senior Learning Expert at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Following up on a recent AMA ("ask me anything") webcast, Dean answered a coach's question on the meaning and implications of "next-level" coaching for both individuals and organizations. Dean shared how important it is that coaches be developing themselves within their own strengths before they seek to coach others.View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/273746/next-level-strengths-coaching-people-organizations.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.
  34. On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Dean Jones, Principal Architect, Global Client Learning Strategy at Gallup. Dean fielded your questions on coaching and CliftonStrengths -- questions including what it means for organizations, leaders, managers and teams to be strengths-based; how a manager can talk about an employee's underperformance in a role from a strengths-based perspective; and coaching employees with few or no talents in one of the four domains of talent.Full show notes and transcripts at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/267947/going-flow-means-strengths-based.aspxTo learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Dean Jones, Principal Architect, Global Client Learning Strategy at Gallup. Dean fielded your questions on coaching and CliftonStrengths -- questions including what it means for organizations, leaders, managers and teams to be strengths-based; how a manager can talk about an employee's underperformance in a role from a strengths-based perspective; and coaching employees with few or no talents in one of the four domains of talent.
  35. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Kristin Barry, Portfolio Director for Talent-Based Hiring at Gallup, about Gallup's talent-based hiring (or selection) assessments and the CliftonStrengths assessment, including their history, the differences between them, and why Gallup doesn't recommend using CliftonStrengths as a hiring tool. Kristin discussed how Gallup's selection assessments are designed to measure talent intensity relative to the best in a specific role, while CliftonStrengths is an aid to understanding a person and to developing them in their career. She also fielded some great questions from the chat room.
  36. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.Discover key insights on remote workers' needs, and how to manage and coach them effectively to greater engagement, in this Gallup Research for Coaches webcast.
  37. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with the Principal Architect of Gallup's Global Client Learning Strategy, Dean Jones, about 4 roles or types of players that are key in rolling out CliftonStrengths in an organization. In part 2 of this webcast, Dean discusses the third and fourth key roles: strengths coach and manager.
  38. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Dean Jones, the Principal Architect of Gallup's Global Client Learning Strategy, about 4 roles or types of players that are key in rolling out CliftonStrengths in an organization. In part 1 of this webcast, Dean discusses the first 2 key roles: leader and strengths champion.
  39. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Casandra Fritzsche of Gallup about how millennials are changing the face of the United States and the workplace, and four data points that provide insights into millennials' workplace engagement and retention. Our guest host was Mike McDonald, Senior Workplace Consultant at Gallup.
  40. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Dr. Ella Washington, diversity and inclusion subject-matter expert at Gallup, and a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, about Gallup's data on diversity and inclusion. Ella first defined the terms and then shared four data points that indicate the state of the current U.S. workplace on these issues -- including a look at the impact millennials are having
  41. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Austin Suellentrop, CliftonStrengths Portfolio Manager at Gallup, about how to create a strengths-based culture in organizations. Austin shared five steps organizations can take to ensure that CliftonStrengths becomes embedded into the fabric of their culture.
  42. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Dr. Ben Wigert, Director of Research and Strategy at Gallup, about performance management and Gallup's Re-Engineering Performance Management paper, of which Ben was the lead author. Ben discussed feedback, goal-setting and performance reviews, among other elements of traditional performance management approaches, and how they differ from a performance development approach.
  43. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Heather Wright, Senior Workplace Consultant at Gallup, about women in the workplace. Heather talked about the importance of work-life balance, personal wellbeing and flexibility at work for women, and how coaches can leverage women's strengths to help them find a work role that is perfect for them or be successful in their current role. She also discussed how organizations can help the women in their workforces by expanding their definition of flexibility.
  44. On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Angela Davenport, Senior Learning Design Consultant at Gallup, about getting certified as a coach with Gallup and with other organizations, and how certification benefits you as a coach. We also discussed how Gallup-Certified Coaches can get recertified. Our guest host was Maika Leibbrandt, Gallup Senior Workplace Consultant.[2:22] Jim Collison: Angela, last webcast, last update -- for February -- we spent a lot of time talking about the value of certification. And we've recorded it in video form; you can listen to that. We made some videos that are on our certification page. But we wanted to come back this update and hear from Angela on some of the tactical things around certification and the value of it from -- more than just what we provide in our certification but actually some external stuff. Maika, when folks are certifying, you work with them individually at times -- it's a chance for folks who are struggling, and we help coach them through. Anything you'd add?[3:13] Maika Leibbrandt: Sure, so I do get to work quite a bit helping shuffle people through our Gallup certification, and we talked in a previous update about the importance and the benefit of being certified. I'll tell it this way: I had somebody come to work on my Wi-Fi because Jim kept telling me it was dropping. And the guy who showed up climbed up into my attic and did something -- I wasn't there -- but he came back down and said, "You had a little ingress in your wires." I still don't know what that means, but I know what he did to fix it was he cleaned out all of the "plaque" s0 I had a better connection.And that's one thing certification does for you -- it removes any hurdles and makes sure that we're still connected to you and you're still connected to us. So you, No. 1, can have that validation externally for your clients but also you can stay connected to anything that's going on, anything that's new, any more relevant discoveries. It's really going to help you change the lives of your clients.So it's been a wonderful journey and I always love getting to see coaches who are going through that process with us. But another great benefit of thinking about Gallup coursework and where it gets you is not just that Gallup certification -- we do quite a bit of work to help coaches earn coaching credentials from the International Coach Federation (ICF). And I've had the pleasure of getting to watch what's happening as we're trying to describe and create a really great certification engine and stay in compliance with everything that ICF has designed for us. And in my 11 years at Gallup, it's been a wonderful journey to see how ICF has set a "gold standard" for coaching that we learn from and we can adapt to and make sure that as we're teaching, it's a beneficial, complementary experience to the learning you want to meet that gold standard of coaching. That way, we know that the common language we're speaking truly is common, and the common mission we have syncs up and goes even further with other coaches around the world who I think are trying to do the same thing: Help individuals to make slight shifts in their days, in their lives, in their work, to really improve their experience and that of those around them.So Angela, I'd like to hear from you a little on this first topic around earning coaching credentials from ICF. Can you talk us through what the opportunities are and what people should have in mind?[5:33] Angela Davenport: Absolutely. And, similar to the Gallup certification, certification from ICF really helps coaches around the globe have that endorsement from the leading certification body in the world around the profession of coaching.So we have purposefully designed our curriculum to align to the coaching competencies ICF has defined. So regardless of if you're a Gallup-Certified Coach or not, if you've taken Gallup coursework, you can use those courses and that learning time toward a certification from ICF. We do have a great recording posted out there for you, where I walk through the details of actually how you would do that and the four major requirements from ICF, and what those components are, and what Gallup courses qualify. So I encourage you to check that out if an ICF certification is of interest to you. Just know that all of our courses are approved, and most of them are approved for core-competency hours. So for example, the Accelerated Strengths Coaching course gives you 34.5 approved hours toward the 60 hours that they require for the initial certification from ICF.So many times, I'll receive questions from folks who aren't yet ICF certified or are not familiar with ICF, but they have a certification with someone. It might be through the Society for Human Resource Management or the HR Certification Institute or -- even, I've had a veterinarian reach out to me and say, "I have to do continuing education credits." And so if you've gone through any of our courses, we're willing and able to support providing the proof for you that you've completed those learning hours. So you can contact us at ceu@gallup.com (c = continuing; e = education; u = unit) and let us know what course you completed and what you need proof for. So if it's for ICF, SHRM, HRCI -- we have specific letters we can provide for you that show you have completed that course and the learning hours associated with it. In the veterinarian example, the certification was not through any of those, and so we provide more of a standard completion letter that verifies that indeed, the participant took the course on a particular day and confirm the learning hours, and so then the vet was able to turn around and self-report those learning hours toward the certification.So we want to support you in your professional development journey, regardless of what certification you have, and it doesn't have to be ICF. So that's something available anytime. You can also email us at the email address you know: certification@gallup.com, and we'll make sure that gets to our team who responds and provides those completion letters. [8:35] ML: So Angela, what if I didn't do this ahead of time and I realized maybe I took a class in the past that I now want to have credit for. Am I still eligible?AD: Yes, perfect, and that's how it often happens. So in all of our courses that have professional credit hours approved with the course, we include in the course materials a copy of the flyer that talks about those professional credit hours. But in the example of ASC (Accelerated Strengths Coaching), I know that participants walk out of that class with lots of things to think about, and that's a minor detail that could easily be missed or overlooked or saved for later. So we receive inquiries from coaches who say, "Hey, I went through ASC back in 2014 or 2018," whatever it is, and we can dig up those records to confirm the attendance and provide that proof of learning.JC: I will say this, Angela. One of those specific things is our learning series. So every January, we do a learning series, and there are credits associated with that. The desired credits are those catching it live, but there are credits if you want to go back and watch those. Can you talk about how they can take advantage of the learning series?AD: Yeah, absolutely. The learning series -- those recordings are posted, and for ICF specifically, in order to get competency hours, you have to be a part of the webinar live, so that you have the opportunity to ask a question of the instructor. And per their requirements, if you listen to the recording on demand, you don't have that opportunity, so those hours then would be resource development hours. But again, hours that work toward either an initial certification or a renewal of a certification. So if you go back and listen to some of those recordings, you can email us again and say, "Hey, I've now listened to these four sessions from the learning series," and we'll provide you with that completion letter, based on if you attended live or on demand. And that's something if you attended the learning series live, or at least registered for it, you would have received the event evaluation, and so through that process, we provided those completion letters. But we also realized that after the learning series, you might go back and listen to additional sessions on demand at a later time. So you can always email us and we can provide that updated documentation. [11:07] ML: So if you're anything like me, your eyes might be spinning a little bit, and you might be thinking, "I thought this was a community update and this feels like a process update. How do I make sense of it?" I have to tell you a quick "inside baseball" story. I got certified at the entry level with ICF last year, and thought that was maybe as far as I was going to go. It was a lot of work to get there. Angela helped me through the process, but I was not even thinking about that PCC level certification. And then Angela last week -- it was probably two weeks ago because she's on top of things -- sends me an email and says, "Hey, Maika, can you tell us what you've participated in?" And just looking backward at the things I'd already been a part of, I realized, wow, I'm over halfway to that next level of ICF certification.Angela Davenport, Gallup Senior Learning Design Consultant, uses Gallup’s world-class research to design learning experiences that support behavioral change and productivity improvements for individuals, managers and leaders. Angela has a passion for helping leaders, managers, coaches and individuals discover, develop and apply their unique talents to reach their greatest potential.
  45. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Jim Harter, Chief Scientist of Workplace Management and Wellbeing for Gallup's workplace management practice, about Gallup's State of the American Workplace report and how organizations and coaches can help employees do what they do best, experience effective onboarding processes, understand their roles and be agile when it comes to role changes.
  46. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with the Principal Architect of Gallup's Global Client Learning Strategy, Dean Jones, about intrapersonal theme dynamics -- how your themes influence one another -- and gaining an understanding of "Theme Math." Grasping these concepts will enable you as a coach to understand an individual's "unique chemistry" of themes and how they combine to become bigger than the sum of their parts.
  47. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Dr. Jim Harter, Chief Scientist of Workplace Management and Wellbeing for Gallup’s workplace management practice, and Adam Hickman, a Learning Design Consultant at Gallup about workplace engagement and the role of managers in employee engagement, and how Strengths Coaches can change the workplace through their coaching of managers.
  48. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with "the Coaches' Coach" Cathy DeWeese, Senior Gallup Workplace Consultant about making your strengths coaching strengths-based. Cathy partners with external Gallup clients on the role of talent in attracting and hiring the very best. She also partners with people at Gallup, serving as a coach and mentor to Gallup coaches.
  49. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with the Principal Architect of Gallup's Global Client Learning Strategy, Dean Jones, about employee learning and development, its centrality to the employee's experience and expectations, and the integral role the manager plays in an employee's learning and development.
  50. To learn more about becoming a Certified Strengths Coach at the Gallup Strengths Center: 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.On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Adam Hickman, Learning Design Consultant at Gallup, about assessments that are similar to CliftonStrengths, as part of a new series called "Research for Coaches." Adam and Jim (our host) share about the research the Gallup team has done on the various assessments, how you can access it, and give a demo comparison.

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