Strengths-based coaching has been around for decades. First developed by Gallup scientist Don Clifton (and later renamed Clifton Strengths), this approach for development is used by more than 450 of
Strengths-based coaching has been around for decades. First developed by Gallup scientist Don Clifton (and later renamed Clifton Strengths), this approach for development is used by more than 450 of Fortune 500 companies. But it’s not just for big companies. Maggie Harris’ focus is small to mid-size companies.
Maggie Harris has no shortage of successes. She launched Strengths at R&R Partners in the early 2000s and saw the impact of people becoming aware of their strengths. Maggie implemented Gallup’s Clifton Strengths at Hitchcock, Fleming & Associates in Akron,
Ohio where she was a partner, resulting in being named one of the “Top 50 Ad Agencies” in which to work in the U.S. by Ad Age Magazine, the leading agency trade publication.
You can expect these top key takeaways:
1. Create awareness around the power of understanding your God-given talents and why they make you powerful
2. Why focusing on individual Strengths and the Strengths of those around you is important for growth and a greater quality of life
3. Create awareness of the global “Strengths Movement” and why it matters
4. How Strengths-based organizations are realizing greater business outcomes
5. How to manage weaknesses
6. How to become a Strengths-based organization
About Maggie Harris:
In 2002, Maggie was first introduced to Strengths-based development – and became an instant fan. As a manager of a team of very diverse people, Maggie quickly realized the value of focusing on people’s natural talents. She has witnessed the power of a Strengths-based approach and has helped organizations, individuals, managers, teams and students become the very best they can be.
Working with clients such as The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, KraftMaid Cabinetry, the Cleveland Clinic and others, Maggie developed a true understanding of how critical people are to the success of any organization. Her focus shifted from client work to Talent Development where she realized her true passion and achieved success.
In 2016, Maggie became a Gallup-Certified Strengths Consultant and began her Coaching & Consulting business. She works with her clients to reveal their true talents and teaches them how to invest in those talents to become strengths. Maggie’s area of expertise includes Executive Coaching, Team Dynamics, Leadership Training and Conflict Resolution.
(Thursday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm