Strengths Coaching Blog

Friday, September 9, 2016

[Recap] Gallup Exchange Q&A with Paul Allen

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

What is the Gallup Exchange? What are the issues and concerns that coaches have? On today's Called to Coach, Paul Allen answers these questions and more. Paul starts by explaining how excited Gallup is to empower coaches who are passionate about strengths to grow their business and help them be successful at doing what they love to do through the Gallup Exchange. Gallup is creating a something new that’s never been done before, and while we don’t have all the answers now, we’re going to continue to develop and move forward with the Exchange.

What’s the global rollout strategy for Gallup Exchange? Phase 1 has already started with adding the certified coaches that attended the CliftonStrengths Summit in July. The first set of leads have been made available for testing the system, and soon all of the leads will be released daily. Next, the Exchange will open to other certified coaches in the U.S., then international certified coaches in English speaking counties. The language translations of Exchange is under examination right now and we hope to be able to open it up to non-English speaking countries soon.

Learn more about Gallup Exchange and how it can help you change lives. 

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.

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.

1 comment :

Ryan Salvanera said...

I can't wait for Phase 3! Exciting times!