Strength Strategy Workshop
Designed for the proactive leader who wants to position their team for elevated communication and success. Organizations and audiences come away with new insights, tools and strategies to implement immediately!
The Strength Strategy Workshop includes:
- A Strength Assessment for each team member
- An in-person or virtual team workshop to connect the team’s strengths for increased innovation, communication, and client interactions
- A Strength Strategy Workbook for each individual to use during and after the workshop
- An individual session to debrief their own results and understand individual goals
Carole is a consummate coach and an articulate presenter. She exudes such confidence and energy that keep her listeners stimulated and engaged. Carole has conducted at least 3 leadership development seminars for my organization and we always come away learning something new. I highly recommend Carole to any organization that is seeking to grow their team’s managerial and/or leadership skills. I greatly look forward to having Carole come back to present again soon.
I enjoyed the “listening” part of the workshop. I would like to become a better listener and this session used excellent examples and group exercises. Carol is an excellent presenter…engaging, knowledgeable, and relatable. Thank you very much!
What kind of assessment do you use for your workshop?
The CliftonStrengths Assessment uncovers your unique combination of 34 CliftonStrengths themes. Strengths are the innate traits and abilities people use in their daily lives to complete their work, relate with others, and achieve their goals. People who know and use their strengths are more engaged at work, more productive in their roles, and happier! With over ½ century of data mining and validated studies, millions of people have realized the benefits of leading with their strengths.
How will a Strength Strategy Workshop help my team?
During the workshop we will explore how to appreciate your own strengths, lean into your true leadership style, and identify the strengths of others. If a manager primarily focuses on an employee’s strengths, the likelihood that employee will be actively engaged is 99%. Research shows:
- People who use their strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged on the job.
- Teams that focus on strengths every day have 12.5% greater productivity.
- Teams that receive strengths feedback have 8.9% greater profitability.
- Among employees who received strengths feedback, turnover rates were 14.9% lower than for those who did not.
What is your background?
As an executive myself, with a background in Human resource and Industrial/Organizational Psychology, I understand the critical need of team cohesion, collaboration, and culture. I have seen teams who work with passion and joy in their industry and have also seen many teams simply work for a paycheck with no motivation to grow or truly excel. The more time I spend with teams, the more I realize that we all need to spend our time working within our strengths and doing work that ignites the passion in our team members.
Connecting team strengths to organizations goals elevates a simple group of people to be a cohesive and high performing team. Having a coach as a partner provides expertise, facilitation and sets you up for success through the transition with purpose, more tools, and a new way of optimizing your team’s talents.
As a team leader, what can I do to extend the benefits of the workshop?
The Leading Others Workbook is designed to go hand in hand with the Strength Strategy Workshop in support of you leading your team. It will help you have better conversations, learn more about your team and help them bond, collaborate, and celebrate one another.
As I coach executives and teams, it is thrilling to see them look at someone’s strengths and know exactly how to utilize that gift in the team’s success. Even on the most minimal teams, each member desires to step into their own strengths and be a part of something bigger than themselves. This handbook suggests questions to drive discussions and activities designed to increase self-awareness, team awareness, and team engagement.