Leading With Our Strengths Using the CliftonStrengths Assessment
Guiding You Through the Team Building and Strategic Planning Process
The purpose of all Partner2Learn services is to guide positive transformations elevating performance within individuals, teams, and organizations. We partner with each individual or organization to strengthen leadership development and build a StrengthsFirst mindset and culture, leading to strong teams and a clear plan.
We Serve In Person and Remotely
While most organizations prefer to work in person, we have always been equipped to guide and support individuals and teams from any location globally. Especially, as most of the world is self-quarantined, Partner2Learn is honored to serve through phone or video conferencing. Curious to learn more? Let’s set up a video or phone conference today to explore your unique opportunities.
Our leadership development begins with the results of CliftonStrengths (formerly StrengthsFinder) assessment to guide our StrengthsFirst mindset.
StrengthsFirst Professional Coaching and Support
Our leadership development begins with the results of CliftonStrengths Assessment (formerly StrengthsFinder) to guide our StrengthsFirst mindset.
Once you understand your strengths and how to Partner-up with others, expand on your StrengthsFirst foundation and integrate the “Five Essentials of a Team” to increase engagement with our Team Building Course.
Partner2Learn also provides individualized leadership and executive-level coaching to help you with personal leadership situations and provides training for accelerating and enhancing your leadership.
Strategic planning can feel overwhelming. It is often completed and then stored on the shelf, ignored and under-valued. The Partner2Learn strategic planning process provides a succinct, easy to understand document for the team to reference in every team meeting, making it a useful, dynamic resource.
We also can provide additional customized courses and resources to guide, elevate, and transform leadership, depending on the organizational needs. A few examples include:
- Communicating as a leader
- Becoming a transformational leader
- Leading in a multi-cultural and diverse environment
- Incorporating StrengthsFirst in the new employee on-boarding process