Strengths-Based Leadership

Leverage team strengths so they can fire on all cylinders.

Team Alignment
High trust teams cut through the crap.

Developing the Manager as Coach

Produce breakthroughs for people and breakthrough results.

What if you focused on what your people are doing right rather than what they’re doing wrong? What if you encouraged them to leverage their strengths and allowed them to fire on all cylinders?

More than 40 years of research by the Gallup organization has shown that when you focus on your team members’ strengths instead of trying to “fix” their weaknesses, employee engagement increases significantly.

Your most direct path to team improvement begins with uncovering the natural talents of each team member and then build momentum from there.

CEE uses Gallup’s CliftonStrengths assessment to help you bring out the best in your team, and help them appreciate the unique Strengths of their fellow team members.  Less judgey.  More teamey.




Emphasizing strengths in the workplace led to a 36% improvement in performance.

Employees having the opportunity to “do what they do best every day” had a 44% higher likelihood of earning customer loyality.

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“I received wonderful feedback from our group for the Strengths At Work Teambuilding Workshop.  A couple of the skeptics shared that they were “pleasantly surprised”. People were blown away that 5 words could describe them so well.  Thank you for an insightful and fun afternoon.”

Kristina Foucher
Director of Human Resources
San Diego Jewish Academy



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