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Thursday, April 21, 2016

[Recap] Pathway to Strengths Mastery: Part One - Gallup Called to Coach: Dean Jones - S4E7

On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Gallup Talent Development Architect, Dean Jones.

Strengths Mastery is where a person’s strengths are fully integrated into who they are as a person. Gallup-Certified strengths coaches have a vested interest in understanding the pathway to strengths mastery. Understanding this path enables coaches to successfully coach their clients in a profoundly meaningful and transformative way. This type of coaching goes beyond knowledge-based coaching and skills-building coaching to transcendent coaching, where clients have insights and epiphanies that change the way they see the world. There are six stages for strengths mastery. This webcast discusses the first three: Understanding, Awareness and Appreciation. 

To hear more about the pathway to strengths mastery, 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!

Register for future webcasts.

Dean Jones is the principal architect of Gallup’s global client learning strategy. Dean consults with clients on strategic solutions to address key business issues, including organizational development, performance management, learning and development, productivity and workforce effectiveness. He oversees the direction of Gallup’s client learning offerings, the development of the organization’s learning consultants, and the growth of Gallup’s learning business worldwide, including its public course offerings and learning products.

Dean's top 5 strengths are Activator, Focus, WOO, Strategic and Relator.

1 comment :

Nicole Seichter said...

I'd say this is a "have to" for every coach - the long time once and the newly certified. Great suggestions from Dean Jones. You can try to be as good as you want - but if the foundation is not solid - the results are not very sharp. I'm looking forward to part 2 of this C2C.

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