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Sunday, September 25, 2016

[GWSW] Significance: Champion, Change Agent and Advocate

People with strong Significance talents want others to see their worth. They want to be recognized, heard and valued. Particularly, they want to be known and appreciated for the unique strengths they bring. They seek to have an impact on people, groups and society as a whole. They want their contributions viewed as substantial, powerful and significant. They are motivated by their intense yearning to be recognized, and as a result, they keep reaching. Their Significance theme pulls them upward, away from the mediocre and toward the exceptional. People with significance are lead by a desire to leave a legacy. They want to be seen and noticed for meaningful work. They are attracted to evidence-based work. People with strong significance can be described as a champion, a change agent or an advocate. 

Please register for our Significance Webcast on Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. EST. Download the Companion Guide for our Significance webcast here to follow along with the show!







To hear more about Significance, watch the short theme video below.




How do you use Significance in your everyday life? Share your thoughts on the Called to Coach Facebook page.
Pressed for time? We now have all of our Theme Thursday videos in short, easy-to-digest snippets in which Curt and other Gallup-Certified Strengths Coaches break down the nuances of each theme.
You can register for the next Theme Thursday and all upcoming Gallup Strengths Center webcasts at gallup.eventbrite.com.

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