Workplace Problems We Solve
Lack of Employee
Research shows U.S. employee engagement is on the decline. Let’s work together to make sure your workplace is an exception to this
78% of employees experience burnout sometimes. Creating supportive, strengths-focused teams increases team collaboration while reducing burnout and stress.
44% of managers feel overwhelmed at work due to lack of training. Give your managers the training they need and ensure their success as well as your organization’s.
Maximizing Your Team’s Natural Strengths
Do you know what makes each member of your team unique? When you tap into the unique strengths of your team, you unleash everyone’s full potential while simultaneously maximizing the collaborative potential of the team. The world tells us to “work on our weaknesses.” Science tells us to make the most of what we already do well and partner with others who can fill in our gaps.
Participants will learn to:
- Harness their unique talents
- Leverage the shared strengths of the team
- Create productive, strengths-based partnerships
“Top 5” CliftonStrengths codes for each participant, as well as a 1:1 coaching session with a Gallup Certified Coach, a written summary of that session, a Group Session led by Sarah Robinson (session length dependent on the size of the team), and a follow-up “accountability” email after the group session.
Our world and how we define “inspiring leadership” has changed dramatically in the last decade. Do your leaders have the new playbook to navigate the evolving rules of the leadership game? Sarah’s presentation—based on organizational behavior (OB) research, as well as 17 years of teaching OB to college students—reveals how outdated leadership practices can undermine employee engagement, and how more effective and modern leadership techniques can reignite their team.
- Practice and demonstrate their new leadership skills over the course of the day while participating in active learning exercises
- Use “homework” assignments to facilitate the transfer of learning to the worksite
- Rely upon group discussion questions to share their learning and create new team learning after returning to work
“Top 5” CliftonStrengths codes for each participant, as well as a 1:1 coaching session with a Gallup Certified Coach, a written summary of that session, a Group Session led by Sarah Robinson (session length choice: 2 half-day group sessions or 1 full-day group session), signed copies of Fresh Leadership: 5 Skills to Transform You and Your Team for participants, and a follow-up “accountability” email after the group session.
What do Microsoft, Cisco, Apple, Pepsi, and Salesforce all have in common? They all have a highly engaged workforce. Happy and engaged employees produce better results: less turnover, greater productivity, and enhanced motivation. Don’t sit on the sidelines watching other organizations grow engagement: do it! Gallup’s Q12 assessment allows organizations of any size and across numerous industries to benchmark and grow employee engagement. Twelve questions, posed to your employee in this straightforward and brief assessment, can give your organization new direction and increased managerial clarity.
Organizations who chose this package will learn:
- The percentage of engaged employees in the organization and in each department
- How to communicate the Q12 results to managers and staff
- What needs to be done to increase future employee engagement
Consultation to customize the Gallup Q12 assessment (including establishing demographic questions and selecting open-ended questions), email distribution of the Q12 to all employees, reminders to employees to take the Q12, daily updates for leaders regarding the Q12 participation rate, Q12 Executive Summary, and Q12 All-Staff Summary.
In June 2022, Gallup launched a new assessment to serve salespeople. Learn how this new report caters to the sales community and how your sales team can reach its greatest goals using this new and unique content.
- Understand your sales talents and potential obstacles
- Be adept at navigating sales conversations
- Connect your customers’ needs to the individual talents found among your sales team
“Top 5” CliftonStrengths for Sales codes for each participant, a 1:1 coaching session with a Gallup Certified Coach to review this report, a written summary of that session, a Group Session led by Sarah Robinson (session length dependent on the size of the team), and a follow-up “accountability” email after the group session.
Founder, President, Author
Sarah has spent her entire career measuring, studying, and advising leaders on how to increase employee engagement and build better teams. She landed her first gig while still in graduate school. The rest is history.
For seventeen years, Sarah taught an organizational behavior class at IUPUI while simultaneously growing her business. Sarah retired from teaching to address a reoccurring (and haunting) question from her students: “Why doesn’t my manager know this information?”
Sarah has written two books, Unstuck at Last: Using Your Strengths to Get What You Want and Fresh Leadership: Five Skills to Transform You and Your Team. These publications prove that Sarah is both a glutton for punishment and determined to share her knowledge at significant personal sacrifice.
Sarah is among the first seven people to become a Gallup Certified Coach in the world.
Fresh Concepts is certified as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE) in Indiana.
When it comes to employee feedback . . . more is more.
What’s harder? Giving or getting feedback? The vast majority of trueU’s “trueU Tuesday” attendees said GIVING feedback is tougher. Why? It’s emotionally charged, it can disrupt the status quo, and it can reveal blind spots. Have a game plan BEFORE you give feedback! It makes all the difference! Thanks to both trueU for hosting this […]
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