People who have the opportunity to use their strengths at work are more productive & have 44% better customer satisfaction.
People who use their strengths are more confident, experience faster growth & development, are more creative & agile at work, and feel more satisfied with their work.
With that in mind, PWN invite you to join us for this workshop that is focused on strengths and leadership.
Who is this workshop for?
Those who want to improve the strength and effectiveness of themselves and their teams.
Those who are curious to learn more about the cutting-edge science of strengths-based management.
People attending this workshop on the 25th January will:
√ Receive a free strengths survey (English or Spanish) taken by over 4 million people.
√ Understand what Strengths-based Leadership is and why it matters for enjoying your work and improving your leadership brand.
√ Learn what your 5 top strengths are and research-proven ways to develop them.
√ Leave with an actionable plan to improve your leadership in 2017.
√ Receive supportive accountability check-ins throughout the year.
Past attendees have said…
“I learned concrete tools to implement for myself and my team to create a more positive working culture.” – Sr. Manager in Barcelona
Other Event Details:
√ There will be a networking space afterwards with some drinks and tapas.
√ There is a little homework! To prepare for the workshop, attendees are asked to answer a quick survey. A link to the survey will be sent in the registration confirmation message.
√ The homework has a due date: please fill out the survey by January 22nd which will let you see your top 5 strengths. Please send these results to the facilitator, Giselle Timmerman – email@example.com
√ Valuable Follow-up – it’s worth repeating that this workshop offers more than a one-time benefit. Accountability check-ins will be available to you throughout the year.
Facilitator: Giselle Timmerman, MAPP
Giselle has been training about strengths for 12+ years to a range of people around the world, from CEOsof nonprofits to directors of Fortune 500s. She was one of the first 30 people in the world to be educated by the founders of positive psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.
She is founder of Positive Work, a consulting and training company for leadership development and a leadership coach.