This October, Learning & Professional Development is hosting their Fall Special Event with special guest, Gallup-certified Clifton StrengthsFinder® coach and Hay Group-certified emotional and social intelligence coach Maureen Monte.
If the world runs on teams, why do so few reach their full potential? The reality of life is that all teams struggle to perform at their best.
In our Destination Unstoppable workshop, we’ll focus on three things to help overcome the obstacles to success so that your teams achieve their goals!
- Define Success: What does success look like in your role? For your teams?
- Discover Untapped Talent: There is untapped talent on every team! You’ll take the Clifton StrengthsFinder to help us understand how you think, execute tasks, build relationships, and influence others.
- Alignment: We’ll have exercises designed to align your strengths with success in your role and success of the team.
This fun and energy-filled workshop will help you build the common mindset first for you, and then your team, so that you find your own path to Destination Unstoppable!
You will benefit by:
- Gaining a solid understanding of your natural patterns of excellence in how you think, execute, relate and influence
- Obtaining an awareness of how to leverage your strengths in their role
- Knowing how to help teams harness untapped talent, and align with a common view of success
Managers, supervisors, or team leads who would like to increase goal achievement on their teams
In order to maximize the application of learning on their team, some managers have found it helpful to invite members of their team to join them at this event. Separate registration is required.
Maureen Monte has been building winning teams for over ten years using her Destination Unstoppable® program. She has a BS and MS in mechanical engineering, an MS in leadership & business ethics, and is a Gallup-certified Clifton StrengthsFinder® coach and Hay Group-certified emotional and social intelligence coach.
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