127 Easy Ways To Recognize StrengthsGet this: 65% of employees reported receiving zero recognition for good work in their last year on the job. You don't have to be part of that nasty stat. Here's a downloadable packet with 127 ways to appreciate what's already working with your team members.
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Event and Keynote Speech Topics
- In A Career Funk: How To Find Your Mojo By Using Your Natural Talents
- Rock Your Talents Because Your Weaknesses Make You Weaker (yes, real rocking will happen with your audience!)
- Leading A Strengths-Based Team: Notice What Works To Get More Of What Works
When you bring Lisa to your event to speak, you’ll feel her experience fused into a strategic & light hearted package, with a solid dose of business acumen to back it up. To get a sense for whether Lisa is a good fit, read some testimonials below and check out the sample keynote video.
Lisa has experience building a strengths-based culture as a corporate executive. She has an MBA and is a Certified Strengths Performance Coach with Gallup, Inc., the biggest catalysts for and analysts of the strengths revolution. If you’re familiar with the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment, you’ll ask, “what are your top 5 Talent Themes?” Lisa’s are Strategic, Maximizer, Positivity, Individualization, & Woo. Like you'd expect, she has put those strengths to use with over 9,000 participants in 14 countries.
We were lucky enough to have Lisa do our keynote address from the big stage. She did an excellent job connecting with her audience & providing them with provocative thought leadership. She was rated the #1 speaker at the two day conference.
Wow, Lisa really delivered a speech, I mean performance, I won't forget. She was captivating. She's professional, engaging and eloquent. She is a breath of fresh air and inspired all. The employers as well as the employees gained value from her speech.
I have had the chance to work with Lisa over the past 6 years with both domestic and international events. Lisa has a unique style that puts her participants at ease & eager to learn. You always leave her sessions feeling refreshed, inspired, and ready to take action.
Career Development Officer
Lisa is among the best—commanding presence, extremely personable and polished, terrific diction, crisp content & with great credibility in front of our worldwide audiences at all levels. I'd eagerly work with her again.
Lisa helped us develop and train our marketers around the globe. She did an amazing job, went beyond her scope, came with creative ideas, and injected her sessions with tons of interaction and energy. It was a pleasure to work with her & I will hire her again.
One of Lisa’s strengths is her ability to adapt her style to the audience. She took the time to get to know and understand our management team and our challenges. They were engaged and walked away from each session with valuable tools they could use immediately.
In this episode, Lisa answers the question: What should you do when two talents contradict each other? Don’t worry — you’ll be fine if you work on situational fluency and communication. Resources of the Episode You’ll find lots of StrengthsFinder, leadership, and team tools on our Strengths Resources page. Have You Downloaded Your Strengths Tools?…SEE MORE
In this episode, Lisa answers the question: Would StrengthsFinder make a great hiring tool? Although it might seem logical, once you dig a little deeper, you’ll realize it’s not a great idea. But don’t despair — Lisa also gives you tips on how to use your team’s natural Strengths to compensate for the ones it…SEE MORE
In this episode, Lisa explains how knowing your strengths, and the strengths of others, can help you get along better at work. You’ll also find out what grizzly bears have to do with the workplace! Have You Downloaded Your Strengths Tools? One of the best ways leaders can build a strengths-based culture is to offer…SEE MORE
In this episode, Lisa answers the question: What do the StrengthsFinder colors mean? She describes the three things you need to consider when looking at your colors: your thoughts, your demands, and your filters. Have You Downloaded Your Strengths Tools? One of the best ways leaders can build a strengths-based culture is to offer an…SEE MORE
In this episode, Lisa tackles the topic of preventing employee burnout. She uses the example of an under-watered plant: if you see the leaves turning yellow, your first thought is to add more water. But sometimes yellow leaves are a sign that the plant is overwatered—by adding more, you’re just drowning it. In the same…SEE MORE