Creating a Strengths -based Culture in your Workplace
The strengths movement is strong, with over 22 million taking the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment. Learn the latest strategies and tools based on Gallup’s decades of research what the top leaders of businesses and organizations do differently to drive high performing and highly engaged work teams.
Do you want to be part of a team where everyone looks forward to coming to work, brags about the company they work for, helps team members look at each other in a new light where they discover ways to be more collaborative?
Gallup researcher found teams that focus on strengths everyday have a 12.5% greater productivity and 6 times as likely to be engaged in their jobs. Businesses and organizations that have incorporated a Strengths- based approach have consistently outperformed their competitors.
Learn how you can build a Strengths-based workplace culture with the resources you have now.
Facilitated by: Helen Yee
Ms. Helen Yee, a Gallup Certified Strengths coach with YDN and over 30 years of nonprofit board and organizational experience, brings her Strengths passion to help everyone find the best version of themselves. Her own personal journey in leadership roles in a wide range of business and community-serving organizations provides many real life experiences her audience and clients can relate to enhancing their own professional and personal journey. Ms. Yee’s biggest achievement resulted in a passage of a local ballot measure bringing millions of funding to Sacramento City Libraries. Prior to her work with nonprofits, Ms. Yee was a serial entrepreneur with a broad array of professions ranging from pharmaceutical sales to business ownership at Arden Fair Mall. Currently, Ms. Yee serves on several local boards including the Sutter Medical Center Foundation, California Museum and Broadway Partnership. She speaks at various regional and local annual conferences. Leading with positivity and activator Strengths, Ms. Yee’s presentations are fast moving and highly interactive promising to make an impact on each participants’ personal and professional life.
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April 30, 2020
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
California Capital Women’s Business Center
1792 Tribute Rd #270
Sacramento, CA 95815
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