As the Founder of Steve Lerer Coaching, Steve Lerer is an experienced Gallup certified strengths coach helping individuals, teams, and organizations utilize strengths to maximize potential, engagement, and overall well-being.
Why you should work with Steve:
- Strong ability to manage learning and development programs with administrative support, process improvement, cost controls, budgeting, analytics and best practices to achieve positive results.
- Significant training in employee engagement and strengths-based development through the Gallup Organization as a Certified CliftonStrengths and Builder Talents Coach.
- Solid background developing and implementing strengths-based programs through change and organizational management approaches to fully optimize workforce synergy and productivity.
- Hundreds of hours designing curriculum, facilitating workshops, and conducting one on one coaching for students, staff, and managers in multiple organizations.
- 2 years of experience leading regional and national leadership development programs for a major healthcare system teaching emerging leaders through C-suite executives in addition to medical leaders in direct patient care.
- 10 years of experience as a higher education educator and scholar-practitioner working in areas such as Residence Life, Greek Life, Student Activities. Student Leadership, and Student Government.
What you can expect to gain:
- Deep understanding of your personal strengths using results from the CliftonStrengths Assessments.
- Strategies to enhance and aim your personal strengths towards success as an individual, team member, and leader.
- Development of team goals to improve organizational outcomes and metrics.
- Action plans to improve student and staff engagement through strengths-based programming.
- Skills as a manager be a better supervisor and develop high performing teams.
Who should work with Steve:
- Companies looking for strengths-based solutions and/or employee and manager coaching.
- Non-profit boards and organizations.
- Individuals working to develop their strengths.
- Higher Education teams, departments, and divisions.
- Student organizations including Fraternities and Sororities both locally and nationally.
- Incoming college students looking to amplify their strengths in their first year.