Strengths Coaching Blog

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

[Recap] Paul Allen on CliftonStrengths Coaching Organizations, Individuals and Groups

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







For Paul, his day-by-day and even hour-by-hour work is enhanced by strengths. Paul derives joy and fulfillment from using his strengths both at work and at home -- it drives him to bring strengths to people all over the world. 

Recently, Paul attended a breakfast briefing on Gallup's Accelerated Strengths Coaching Course in Boston. This briefing was lead by Jamie Librot, a Gallup Senior Learning Solutions Consultant and Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach. Jamie has been with Gallup for over 10 years and she reaches thousands of people in her role. Jamie has spoken to over 5,000 people in the last three years about strengths. Further, she spends half of her time supporting existing strengths coaches with whatever resources and tools they may need. Jamie has a lot of practical advice for strengths coaches because she has worked in nearly all of the potential coaching scenarios: large organizations, small businesses, individuals and teams. Jamie is emotionally engaging. She makes people hungry to learn about the greatness within them. 


To hear more about coaching strengths for organizations, individuals and groups, please watch the full 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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