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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.
Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coaches maximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coachesmaximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coaches maximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coachesmaximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coachesmaximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke to Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Yvette Martin.Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coaches maximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
On a recent Called to Coach: Singapore/Australia Edition, we spoke with Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Taisja Laudy.Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coaches maximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Lopamudra Das.Since childhood, Lopamudra was interested in self-discovery. Despite this keen interest, Lopa often struggled to understand her behavior. Lopa was introduced to the Strengths movement a few years ago -- and learning about and understanding her strengths has made her journey to self-discovery easier and more meaningful. Lopa found catharsis in her self-awareness through strengths -- it has helped her be comfortable with her natural talents. Lopa has translated her affinity for self-discovery into coaching. She loves helping people understand their key talents and then nurturing those key talents into productive strengths. For instance, Lopa had a client that felt constantly financially insecure -- despite his steady and successful job and diverse portfolio of investments. Lopa was confused about the contradiction between the client's fears and his actual financial reality until "I did a deep dive into his strengths and personal life." This client was dividing his time and resources between family members in multiple cities. The lack of quality time with individual family members caused him to live in the basement of some of his strengths -- Deliberative and Responsibility. The client constantly asked himself, "What can go wrong?" and he fixated on his income. As his coach, Lopa was able to speak to the client about his strengths and how best to be in the balcony of them. She showed him that he was financially sound and that he should spend longer periods of time with each family member and make less individual trips to each city. With that information, Lopa's client stopped obsessing about his finances and began to enjoy his life again. 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 Gallup's Global Practice Leader, Ed O'Boyle. Ed has been with Gallup for 10 years and currently leads the marketplace and world practice teams. In doing so, he helps organizations implement two primary strategies to improve their business outcomes: • Hire, develop and engage the right people • Point that engaged workforce at the right goals As an expert in developing successful brand strategies, Ed provided advice for Gallup-Certified Strengths Coaches who are building their brand. He explained that many first-time coaches are too enthusiastic about their services and overload potential clients with information. This can be overwhelming and intimidating for many clients. But by simplifying initial brand communications, potential clients will feel relaxed and more inclined to use your services. Ed also stated that each coach has a "brand promise," or the important items a coach wants other people to hear, see and believe about him or her. Coaches can develop their brand promises through first impressions (e.g., appearance, demeanor, language) and improve upon them further via interactions with their clients. To develop a desirable brand promise, Ed recommended that coaches document the components of their brand promise, and make each of those components a daily goal. Ed said, "Use [the brand promise document] as a checklist for yourself every day." To gauge the success of their brand strategy, Ed recommended that coaches ask their clients a few questions: • Am I delivering on the promises that I make? • Is working with me helping you get better at your job? • Can you give me an example of how the advice I give you is helping you in a practical way? If the answers to these questions are positive and substantive, it is likely that a coach's brand and brand promise are succeeding. If the answers are negative or vague, a coach should re-assess and change their brand strategy. 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: Singapore Edition, we spoke with Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Yeang Cherng Poh.Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coaches maximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
On a recent Called to Coach we spoke with Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Becky Hammond.Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coaches maximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
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. Vicki Newell has worked with many teams over the course of her career. During her twenty years at 3M Unitek Corporation she served on a number of teams involved in various projects ranging from Six-Sigma training to product development and improved customer service, just to name a few. These teams included people from diverse disciplines throughout the corporation. Vicki's top five strengths: Maximizer | Learner | Self-Assurance | Arranger | Connectedness. To attend future Called to Coach Webcasts, visit http://gallup.eventbrite.com. The views and opinions expressed on this program are those of the producers and/or the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect those of Gallup Inc.
Bhavani Prakash is a speaker, trainer and executive coach. She left a career in finance after a wakeup call to set up the non-profit website, Eco Walk the Talk, which was a finalist in the Singapore Environment Council’s Asia Journalism Awards in 2012. She is Founder of Green Collar Asia, a training organisation that brings in the fields of sustainability and CSR, and strengths-based leadership in organisations. She is also Senior Trainer and Consultant with the Potential Project, a global organisation dedicated to spreading ‘Mindfulness at Work.’ 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. To attend future Called to Coach Webcasts, visit http://gallup.eventbrite.com. The views and opinions expressed on this program are those of the producers and/or the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect those of Gallup Inc.
Our guest will be Vishwanath Gopalakrishnan (Vish). 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. To attend future Called to Coach Webcasts, visit http://gallup.eventbrite.com. The views and opinions expressed on this program are those of the producers and/or the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect those of Gallup Inc.
Joan Andersen worked for The Gallup Organization (Formerly Selection Research Incorporated), as a Senior Consultant for twelve years. Her primary focus was working with major insurance companies, dental universities and private dental practices across North America. She has extensive experience using Gallup interviews, team-building strategies, strengths coaching, and implementing strengths-based leadership principles within organizations. Her work in helping others discover and develop their strengths extends to churches, educators, individuals and families. Joan's top five strengths: Arranger | Connectedness | Maximizer | Responsibility | Learner. 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. To attend future Called to Coach Webcasts, visit http://gallup.eventbrite.com. The views and opinions expressed on this program are those of the producers and/or the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect those of Gallup Inc.
Our guest will be Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach Joseph Tan. With more than a decade of experience in corporate training and consulting, Joseph focuses on bringing life to an organization's culture by connecting core values to daily leadership behavior. 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. To attend future Called to Coach Webcasts, visit http://gallup.eventbrite.com. The views and opinions expressed on this program are those of the producers and/or the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect those of Gallup Inc.
Dan Shundoff is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and a 20-year veteran CEO in the Techonolgy Services Sector. He brings unique experiences and deep insights to strengths-based coaching for individuals, teams, managers and entire organizations committed to improving their performance. Dan's top five strengths: Futuristic | Achiever | Relator | Responsibility | Maximizer. 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. To attend future Called to Coach Webcasts, visit http://gallup.eventbrite.com. The views and opinions expressed on this program are those of the producers and/or the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect those of Gallup Inc.
Our guest will be Suman Balani. Suman’s top five strengths: Connectedness | Empathy | Adaptability | Responsibility | Intellection. 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. To attend future Called to Coach Webcasts, visit http://gallup.eventbrite.com. The views and opinions expressed on this program are those of the producers and/or the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect those of Gallup Inc.
On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Ken Barr, Jr.Called to Coach is a resource for those who want to help others discover and use their strengths. https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/home/en-us?utm_source=youtube We have Gallup experts and independent strengths coaches share tactics, insights and strategies to help coaches maximize the talent of individuals, teams and organizations around the world.
Aseem is a co-founder and principal consultant at SKOPE Business Consulting. He says becoming a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach changed the course of his business. During consulting engagements, he used to look for areas of improvement in a company. He would focus on a weaker area and try to build on it. Now, his approach is strengths-based, he finds what people and companies are doing good and builds on that. Aseem started using CliftonStrengths in his own company first before offering consulting around strengths. Looking at the strengths of his company’s leaders, he realized why there was always a lot of energy and buzz around new projects, but not a lot of follow-through. He saw Activator and Command high, but knew there needed to be different people with different strengths pulled in to execute on the projects. He saw a lot of success using strengths in his own company before coaching strengths in other organizations. Aseem says it was difficult approaching companies about implementing strengths at first. They have their CliftonStrengths in their email signatures, which helps start conversations, and they give the StrengthsFinder book out to lots of leaders as well. Eventually, they figured out that if they approach people with the team aspect, then they are more interested. They usually start with a one-day team workshop using the team strengths grid and it creates a lot of interest. From there, the leader usually asks “what’s next?” and that’s how they move into one-on-one coaching within organizations. 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.
Deon has worked in the field of technology and project management for most of his career. A few years back he left his corporate life to focus on his passion for people and coaching with CliftonStrengths, primarily with groups or teams. After attending the 2016 CliftonStrengths Summit, Deon’s strengths coaching took on a new shape. He realized lots of people were coaching teams, and he was asked if there was more of a niche where he saw a need. When he reflected on his time coaching teams, he realized dispersed teams could really use strengths to be more successful. He was so pleased with the CliftonStrengths Summit that he booked and paid for the 2017 Summit as soon as the invite came out! Deon knows how important understanding people is in order to achieve better processes. With teams, Deon uses Gallup’s Q12 as the baseline, then introduces CliftonStrengths. This helps him understand how people on the team operate, and knowing the “how” of performance helps teams answer the question of “who” to use for processes. 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.
Here is how Doug got started with CliftonStrengths in his own words: As a dominant Input and Maximizer, I read StrengthsFinder 2.0 years ago. I immediately began applying Tom Rath's insights in my own professional and personal life. To say it was a personal Rosetta Stone is an understatement. I began incorporating strengths-based training and development in various leadership roles for sales representatives, managers and sales teams at work. Strengths-focused coaching never failed to produce improved results. I’ll never forget the response from a tenured sales representative years ago after my first "official" internal half-day workshop. She said, “That’s the first time in my life I feel like anyone’s ever gotten me…” Definitely fuel to my coaching fire! Doug then goes through the five most often stated deathbed regrets and how knowing your CliftonStrengths can help you to not have the same regrets at the end of life. The five biggest regrets are: “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself and not what others excepted of me”, “I wish I hadn’t worked so hard”, “I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings”, “I wish I’d stayed in touch with my friends” and “I wish I’d let myself be happier”. Doug says if you live your life using your strengths every day you will live true to yourself and be happier, you will work smarter instead of longer, and you will find ways to use your unique strengths to gain more courage and find ways to relate to people that work for you. 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.
This edition of Called to Coach kicks off a two-part series on leading effect strengths trainings. In this first episode, Dean Jones, the principal architect of Gallup's global client learning strategy, discusses what kind of content to cover in a group session. The first core area to focus on is the understanding that CliftonStrengths are rooted in a study of excellence – that weakness fixing might prevent failure, but doesn’t lead to excellence. Next, as session leader, you should define talent, strengths and themes properly, as well as how the CliftonStrengths assessment works. Lastly, help people name, claim and aim their talents. Dean goes into detail on each of these points, highlighting the most effective strategies for helping people understand the depth of the concepts. On a November Called to Coach he will talk about delivery techniques for leading effective strengths trainings. 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.
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Jan 6th, 2015
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Aug 11th, 2020
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