- Gallup Called to Coach Webcast Series
- Season 4, Episode 8
- Learn how one Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach uses Neurosemantics plus CliftonStrengths to create a powerful coaching program for her clients.
On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke to Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach Yvette Martin.
Yvette incorporates neurosemantics and strengths coaching into a powerful coaching program for her clients. Neurosemantics is the study of how people encode meaning and how that informs our view of reality and our behavior. Yvette helps her clients fully understand their motivations, fears, talents and strengths with two tools: the Enneagram from the world of meta-coaching and neurosemantics, and the CliftonStrengths assessment from Gallup. Yvette explained, "Both tools align beautifully" because Enneagram identifies a person's core motivations and CliftonStrengths identifies how "a person shows up in the world and the language for their behavior." For instance, Yvette's core motivation is "…to have fun and freedom" while her core fear is to be "…trapped in boredom." Yvette's motivation and fear align well with her No. 1 strength, Positivity.
To learn more about CliftonStrengths and strengths coaching, please watch the video or listen to the audio above.
Yvette Martin's Top 5 CliftonStrengths are Positivity, Strategic, Maximizer, Activator and Woo.