We solve the Unmotivated Workplace Challenge

21% of employees agree that their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work

33% of employees are engaged in their job

51% of employees are actively looking for a new job or watching for openings

Source: Gallup State of the American Workplace 2017

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Investing in Talent

Strengths for Leaders & Teams

Over 18 million people have discovered their Strengths and it is becoming a common language for people to talk about who they are and what they bring to work and life. Gallup has found that focusing on strengths improves performance more than anything else.

There is a 1 in 33 million chance of finding someone with the same top 5 strengths as another individual in the same order. In Strengths Based Coaching the uniqueness of each individual is highly valued and leveraged. A great way to increase individual and team effectiveness is through deepened knowledge of personal strengths and understanding the strengths of others.

Outcomes of strengths work includes:
• Understanding your strengths and how they contribute to your personal brand
• Investing in your strengths to increase your effectiveness and success
• Utilizing strengths to improve areas of development
• Recognizing and maximizing the strengths of others

Teams should be well-rounded: not people

In Gallup’s extensive research, they have found that people who use their strengths every day are 6X more likely to be engaged on the job. This compelling connection between strengths and employee engagement in the workplace has the power to accelerate performance when companies work on enhancing both simultaneously. Teams that understand their own strengths and those of their teammates are able to improve their contribution and maximize performance. Managers who focus on strengths develop much higher levels of employee engagement.