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Friday, April 22, 2016

[Recap] CliftonStrengths Summit Preview Edition

On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Gallup's Strengths Evangelist, Paul Allen.







Paul Allen, Gallup’s Strengths Evangelist, dishes exciting information on the CliftonStrengths Summit in this Called to Coach. “It will be the world’s greatest strengths event, so far," is how Paul opens up the webcast. There will be something for everyone, if you have Learner, there will be a lot of learning. If you have Woo or Connectedness there will be a lot of networking. If you want to hear about other coaches’ best practices and fresh ideas, and how they win clients, you will have the opportunity for that. One example of a unique idea (you can expect to hear at the Summit) is from a coach who created a life-size team talent map. The life-size team grid allowed the group to do an activity that is much more interactive than usual. Loads of time, investment and research are coming to the strengths world, all which will build your strengths-coaching capabilities and business. Paul can’t give away all of the secrets of the #CliftonStrengthsSummit, yet, but he does give away a few, so tune in!

Paul also takes a look at the Top 5 strengths of all the coaches in the world and then compares them to the global strengths theme frequency report. Find out what makes strengths coaches, like you, good at what you do. And learn how one coach branded his whole coaching business around his Top 5—the “Possibilities” Coach.
To hear more about the CliftonStrengths Summit, please watch the video or listen to the audio above. 

Visit Gallup Strengths Center to browse our myriad of products and learning opportunities for strengths-based development.


Visit the CliftonStrengths Summit to register for our groundbreaking Summit on all things Strengths from July 18-20, 2016.

Continue the coaching conversation on Facebook and Twitter. It’s a great way to network with others who share a passion for strengths!


Paul Allen, Gallup's Strengths Evangelist, partners with leaders worldwide to transform companies, government and nonprofit organizations by increasing engagement and well-being with a strengths-based approach. he presents to audiences around the world on the rise of the "strengths movement" and how learning and using strengths can transform individuals, team, organizations and communities, helping them achieve long-term, positive outcomes.

Paul's Top 5 Strengths are: Learner, Input, Ideation, Intellection and Strategic.


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