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Monday, November 24, 2014

[Recap] Called to Coach: Southeast Asia Edition With Roy Lim

On a recent Called to Coach: Southeast Asia Edition we spoke with Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Roy Lim. Roy is an expert at helping individuals, managers and teams grow personally and professionally.


Roy’s journey into strengths-based development began when he stumbled upon a strengths coach’s website. Before he knew it, he had spent five days in a Gallup strengths course learning how to be a successful strengths coach. He knew he wanted to find a new means of self-development, and anchoring it to strengths proved to be the perfect fit.

When helping individuals grow within teams and organizations, Roy and his colleagues run a three-day workshop in which they implement team-building exercises. After these activities, Roy facilitates conversations with the teams, asking them about some of the emotions they felt during the activities, which strengths they used and how they used them. This enables individuals to name their strengths, and then claim them in a practical environment.

Roy says that when coaching for a workgroup or organization, it’s important to encourage participants to think about how to proactively apply their strengths away from work. Strengths aren’t solely for professional application; they can be effectively applied to any situation in life.

To hear more about Roy and his coaching experiences and expertise, watch the video above.

Join us for Called to Coach: Australia Edition on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 12 p.m. Sydney (Australia) Time.

Continue the coaching conversation at the Called to Coach Facebook page. It’s a great way to network with others who share a passion for strengths!

Roy is passionate about helping people achieve the results that they want by developing their strengths mindset and aligning talents with goals, values and passions. He is committed to empowering them to create more happiness and satisfaction in their lives. In his free time, Roy likes to bake and go to the gym.  


Roy’s top five strengths: Learner | Developer | Empathy | Relator | Input

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