Are you ready to unlock and enhance your talent and/or the talent of your team?
I became a coach because I am passionate about developing Transformational Leaders and healthy teams. Organizations need both to succeed!
I hold a Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership from Bethel University and am double certified strength-coach through Gallup and Strength Strategy.
During my 18 years of professional church and non-profit career, I have learned how strengths and leadership development can dramatically impact leaders, teams and organizations.
My clients experience results through engagement, energy and empowerment! Valuing reliability and commitment.
When not working, I love spending time with his family and watching the Chicago Bears and Cubs.
Why are we called Vision 2-10?
Vision of a world with more strength-based leaders who lead engaged teams and develop other leaders.
Only 20% of the workforce functions from a place of strength. Only 2 out of every 10 individuals are doing work that leverages their strengths. Let us help you become part of the 20%, and then hopefully we can grow that number together!
Ephesians 2:10, “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works,which God prepared in advance for us to do. “
Beliefs of Vision 2-10:
Everyone has God-given talents.
Frustration with self and others is often the result of a misunderstanding of strengths.
Leaders are not born but developed, and this world needs more leaders who work from their strengths.
Self-awareness of talents is just the first step in talents becoming strengths.
Focusing on strengths over weaknesses produces greater results. According to the Corporate Leadership Council production is -26.8% when the focus is on weaknesses.
A well-rounded leader equals an ineffective leader, but a well-rounded team equals production and health.
Organizations can only go as far as the health of their leadership and their teams. Teams that focus on their strengths are 12.5% more productive (Gallup).
"What would happen if we actually studied what is right with people?” - Don O. Clifton
Thank you so much for checking out my page. I am so glad you are here. Bob Van Baren