Managers are absolutely critical to the success of an organization because they have so much influence over the productivity of the entire workforce. In fact, according to Gallup, managers account for 70% of employee variance in the workplace.
There’s no two ways about it—Managers make or break the implementation of a culture of strengths at work, especially in large organizations and government.
In this two-day workshop, we coach people into the best managers they can be. The best managers have these three traits:
The philosophy that they can take people a lot further by focusing on their strengths and managing their weakness, instead of trying to develop their weaknesses.
The understanding that engagement is the key indicator that will affect all other indicators. Engagement is the doorway to productivity, profitability, decreasing accidents/injuries, and retention.
The mindset to be outcome oriented instead of process oriented.
In addition to two days of onsite coaching and teaching strengths philosophy, the 34 Strong team also gives participants conversation guides and activities to do with their direct reports on an ongoing basis to operationalize a strengths-based approach.