Strengths workshops, seminars and retreats teach individual contributors and team members how to purposefully aim their talents for greater employee engagement and productivity. Contact us for pricing.
Executive Coaching is based on the Full 34 CliftonStrengths assessment. You can expect Strengths Based Leadership coaching with candid feedback, an objective perspective, and guidance that increases your self-awareness and leadership capacity. For an introductory conversation, contact us.
Individual coaching allows us to "unpack" and apply your talents beyond the Gallup report. Our 1-1 coaching package includes Session I “Discover Your Strengths” and Session II “Live Your Strengths." Satisfaction Guarantee on all coaching services. Contact us for complete details and pricing. Appointments may be scheduled via Skype, phone or in-person.
Adriane is an Executive Coach and Leadership Development Consultant. She is a veteran GALLUP® Certified Strengths Coach and is Internal Coaching Federation (ICF) trained.
Decades of Gallup® research has proven that when individuals have the opportunity to discover their natural talents and purposely develop them into strengths, the effect on individual and organizational performance is transformational. People who focus on their strengths are more engaged, more productive, and happier. Also, people who have the opportunity to focus on their strengths every day are six times as likely to be engaged in their jobs. They are more productive, too, both individually and in teams. And they are more than three times as likely to say they have an excellent quality of life.
CliftonStrengths is a Web-based talent assessment instrument from the perspective of Strengths Psychology. Through a secure connection, CliftonStrengths presents 177 items to the user. The user is given 20 seconds to respond to a given pair of descriptors before the system automatically presents the next pair.
CliftonStrengths is an omnibus assessment based on Strengths Psychology. Its primary application has been in the work domain, but it has been used for understanding individuals in a variety of roles and settings – employees, executive teams, students, families, and personal development. It is not intended for clinical assessment or diagnosis of psychiatric disorders.