STRENGTHS-BASED LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT & COACHING

 W. Craig Gilliam

W. Craig Gilliam

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"As a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, I am committed to helping clients, both in their work places and/or personal lives, to identify, understand, and leverage their strengths to reach their goals for success. I am also committed to helping leaders cultivate and sustain strengths-based organizations."

Gallup has found that people who focus on their strengths are three times more likely to report having an excellent quality of life and six times as likely to be engaged in their jobs, which increases performance and productivity. 

To learn more about W. Craig Gilliam as a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, go to: Gallup Coaching Directory .

Lead with and focus on your strengths for excellence:

“Excellence can be achieved by focusing on strengths and managing weaknesses, not through the elimination of weaknesses.”

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G&A Strengths-based Workshops for:
• individuals
• executives
• managers
• teams
• leaders
• clergy
• church staff
• congregations

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G&A Strengths-based Coaching for:
• executive leaders
• managers
• teams
• clergy
• individuals

…to help you and/or your organization to name, claim, and leverage your talents and strengths to increase performance, raise productivity, and improve quality of life. 

Our goal is to help you move toward excellence and success.

 

Gilliam & Associates, LLC, invites you to contact us if you are interested in exploring how we might work together to cultivate a
strengths-based culture in your
organization or congregation.

 

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insights for Strengths-Based Organizations:

  • Implementing change is done best or most effectively from a place of strengths and abundance, not weaknesses and scarcity—what is RIGHT about you, the organization, the team, the community, not what is wrong with you, them or it.

  • A strengths-based approach increases the immune system of an organization.

  • StrengthsFinder is a holistic tool that measures talent in how people relate, influence, think, and execute.

  • Organizations/teams that are strengths-based are more productive, collaborative, and have reduced conflict (at least in its negative form).

  • Understanding and valuing our strengths, and then leveraging them at a common purpose/intention, is a high-energy, generative endeavor that yields great benefits and provides a competitive advantage.

Prepared by W. Craig Gilliam, Gilliam & Associates, LLC


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