Do you have the opportunity to do what you do best every day?
Does your team?
Do you even know what each of you do best?
Leading. Collaborating, Selling. Building your team. It can be a challenge to manage your time and energy so you can be as efficient as possible. The same goes for your small, start-up team. Remote-work and a shrinking workforce only add to the complexity as it becomes more challenging to develop collaborative working arrangements or to find more team members to share the workload.
In this interactive session, we’ll explore how strengths-based development & the CliftonStrengths ® assessment can inform and impact your ability to authentically lead, and improve team efficiency and collaboration by understanding how each team member works best. The session is ideal for small and medium sized start-up leaders (and their teams!) who are interested in developing a human-focused, strengths-based culture. All are welcome.
About the Speaker:
Chad T. Ahern is a Strengths-based coach who works with mission-driven work teams, leaders, and individuals so they can be engaged, aligned, productive, and profitable in their work, while reducing employee turnover. He’s certified as a Gallup Strengths Coach and an e2Grow High Performing Team coach; and holds a master’s degree in administration, with a focus on human resources. Chad brings a thorough, conscientious, and data-driven coaching approach that incorporates coaching lessons from his athletic experiences as a current, certified US Youth Soccer Coach for the Colchester Youth Soccer Club (CYSC) and a passionate basketball player.
Raised in New Hampshire and now a long-time resident of Colchester, Vermont, Chad has a passion for developing engaged workplaces and employees across New England. He’s intent on building a new generation of leaders who focus on and develop what’s right with people so that there are more actively engaged workers &; workplaces for future generations. Learn more at talentandteams.com. Connect with Chad at linkedin.com/in/cahern