Rock Your Strengths

Gallup Strength Speaker, Coach,
Book Author & Artistan



Your Strengths

Decades of research has shown that when employees are given the opportunity to do what they do best every day, the effect on individual, team, and organizational performance is powerful. The problem is that most people aren’t able to accurately identify their own strengths and therefore can’t intentionally use them.

Let me help you become more effective, efficient, and engaged in your life!

Carol Anne McGuire

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It was a natural progression for me to think deeply about Gallup Strengths through the lens of my faith, and soon I recognized that the heroes of the Scriptures were operating in God-given Strengths!
Carol Anne McGuire
Get a little extra jolt of your Strength with a hot cup of Joe or contemplate resting in your Strength zone with a smooth cup of tea!
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Top 5 Strengths Illustrated Posters are suitable for framing in your office or home will remind you, your workmates, your clients just what you are good at!
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You know you are 'owning it' when you are wearing your Strengths! Check out the wearables that I have made to remind my clients of their Strengths.
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8 Tips to Discovering Your Child's Strengths: Tip #5: Listen

Active listening is crucial to good communication. But more likely than not, we think of verbalizing when we hear the word "communication." 

Our children know their strengths better than anyone. In order to listen to their wisdom, you will need to ask a lot of questions. This section is all about learning questioning skills to get those hidden clues to your child's strengths out of them. 

First, try following up every question with a question. When your child says that he didn't like school today, ask him, "Why do you say that?" 

"Because my teacher was angry all day." 

"What do you think made her feel that way?" 

By digging deeper with your questions you will begin to understand what makes your child tick. What makes them happy, gets them upset, and what variables make them respond in certain ways. 

When you finally get to the bottom of the reason why your child didn't like school today...(the teacher was upset all day because she was worried about her daughter who was in surgery), you then need to communicate back those feelings.  (i.e., "I hear you saying that you think your teacher was worried about her daughter all day, and she may have been more on edge today.") 

Click the link to find more listening strategies to use with your child! 



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