Do you ever forget that your team doesn’t think just like you?
Um…yeah, me too. When leaders have this kind of assumptive-thinking it creates frustrating blindspots. This is one reason why we use the Strengthsfinder tool to help build self-awareness as you lead your team.
The benefits of this tool go far beyond that. In this train-the-leader workshop, I’ll show you how use this tool with your team to improve trust, build confidence & boost team productivity.
Say hello to your simple and effective plan to apply StrengthsFinder with your team.
I’m going to show you…
Learn an easy, structured approach to help your team discover their strengths AND help you eliminate guesswork with team development. Imagine the impact on your customers and your profit after you’ve taken steps to replace the “I’m right/you’re wrong” thinking that slows down progress with curiosity and appreciation for differences that bring ease to team collaboration.
Team development like this doesn’t happen without intention. I created this successful approach that’s worked wonders for many clients’ teams. We are opening up this typical client-only workshop and inviting you along!
For more than fourteen years I’ve worked with businesses to increase team productivity through better leadership.
I started in 2007 helping entrepreneurs get profitable and “get a life”.
In 2008, I was selected to be a consultant with The Greenstone Group and supported established businesses to implement strategic growth.
In 2010, at the College of St. Scholastica, one failed experiment lead to a five year stint of teaching coaching skills to Nurse Practitioner Graduate students to improve patient engagement.
In 2012, I led a three-year volunteer initiative to train 100 senior leaders across the world how to implement coaching when developing other leaders.
These experiences were the catalyst for developing and launching the wildly successful LeadWell Masters Academy, an executive coaching program in 2015.
Today, I lead a talented team on a mission: to make the world a better place, one happy leader at a time.