Join us for the April Lead Change Webinar. Erin Schreyer will share some information on a new program called Simply Strengths and the Simply Strengths Workshop.
“Simply Strengths” – Step 1 in Creating a Strengths Culture.
How it Can Help You and Your Business.
What is Simply Strengths and how is it in alignment with Lead Change?
- Why did Marcus Buckingham create it?
- What happens during the workshop?
- What can you expect as possible results of the workshop?
- How can Simply Strengths help build business for other coaches and consultants?
- Teaming approach for Lead Change – let’s HELP one another!
About Erin Schreyer
Erin Schreyer is President of Sagestone Partners, a Cincinnati-based firm focused on Leadership and Talent Management. Sagestone provides coaching, consulting and training services to help leaders maximize the positive impact they have on their people, as well as their business results.
Erin is a Certified Leadership and Talent Management Coach, as well as a Certified Strengths Trainer. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Authentic Leadership Cincinnati, a non-profit group created to provide development and community for character-based leaders. In 2009, Erin was named Runner-Up for Woman of the Year, Entrepreneur by the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce.
An avid blogger, Erin writes regularly on her own blog, Authentic Leadership. She has also been published on several sites nationally, including Forbes.com.
Erin is a wife and mother of two children. She is also a frequent volunteer in her church and community. There, she spends time leading a mentor program and working with individuals to gain self-sufficiency and break the cycle of poverty.
About Simply Strengths
Marcus Buckingham, known as the world’s leading expert on strengths development and author/researcher/creator of several books and world-renowned strengths assessments, has created this powerful two-day workshop, backed by years of research from his company, as well as the Gallup organization, where he spent much of his career.
Participants learn to identify and further leverage specific activities that strengthen them, as well as how to engage their teams in discussions about their strengths. The process is also leveraged for weaknesses, and participants are given tools to sustain their behaviors.