Leading Through Strengths
As the Founder of Steve Lerer Coaching, Dr. 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.
- 3 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.