StrengthsFinder: Discovering and Leading from your Strengths

“To achieve excellence at work, communities, and life, focus on your strengths and manage your weakness.”

Business guru, Peter Drucker, comments, “Most people think they know what they are good at. They are usually wrong. And yet, a person can perform only from strengths.” This course uses Gallup’s CliftonStrengths (formerly StrengthsFinder) assessment to help individuals, teams, staff, and organizations identify and leverage their strengths to increase performance, raise productivity, and improve quality of life.

Studies have shown that individuals and teams working from strengths results in 7.8% greater productivity; Teams who utilize strengths-based feedback have 8.9% greater profitability;

According to research, only 1 in 4 people work from their strengths daily.


• Identify your strengths as individuals, a team, staff or organization for effective outcomes

• Understand theme dynamics or how your themes interact to produce desired results  

• Know the strengths of your teammates and partners in the workplace or social life for better collaboration and partnerships

• Develop practical strategies to leverage your strengths for best results

• Understand the strengths of your team collectively, and how to leverage the team’s strengths and manage around weaknesses for high performance

• Discover practical strategies to help create and sustain a strengths-based culture

• Explore and identify some tools, models and practices for giving strengths-based feedback, which studies show increases engagement and productivity

Please contact us for more details. We customize all of our sessions to your culture and needs! Our goal is to help you get better results by increasing engagement.

Creating a Culture of Employee Engagement

“Engagement relates to hard-core business results.”

Based on 35 years of in depth behavioral economic research involving more than 35 million employees, Gallup identifies 12 core elements that are predictors of employee engagement and work group performance. This includes for-profit, not-for-profit, private and public organizations as well as religious congregations. Gallup has found when employees, participants, or volunteers are engaged, it raises productivity, profitability, performance, and customer satisfaction. Through this course, you will be introduced to the Q12 index and its application in the workplace as well as how to nurture a culture of employee engagement to raise performance and success in your organization, on your staff, team, and in your life.


• Develop an understanding of what is engagement and why it is important to them, their workplace, social context, and families

• Learn about current research on engagement in the workplace both nationally and internationally

• Explore three categories of engagement, behaviors of each, and the psychological impact of the categories on the workplace, community, or family

• Identify and describe the 12 elements of engagement and how they look in the workplace, community, congregation, or family

• Discover statistical support, practical strategies, and best practices that invite engagement and ways to de-escalate the impact of non-engagement and active disengagement

• Discuss and identify how can you as a leader, supervisor, manager, pastor, employee, team, staff member, or volunteer can help create a culture of strengths and engagement.

Please contact us for more details. We customize all of our sessions to your culture and needs! Our goal is to help you get better results by increasing engagement.

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FALL 2019


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