Regions is honored to have earned Gallup’s Don Clifton Strengths-Based Culture Award. This award recognizes organizations with workplace cultures that put the strengths of leaders, managers and employees at the core of how they collaborate, make decisions and work every day.
“This is such a well-deserved honor, and it’s a true testament to the investment Regions has made in celebrating and empowering the strengths of each associate — especially over the past year as the pandemic has upended so much of our personal and professional lives,” said Seanna McGough, head of Learning & Development.
Dr. Don Clifton was an educational psychology professor and researcher whose mission was to study “what’s right with people.” He created the CliftonStrengths assessment tool, which has been taken by more than 14,000 associates at Regions.
Strengths-based cultures allow their employees to focus on what they do best.
They drive performance by building individuals’ strengths, maximizing their potential within a team, and integrating strengths-development into their mission, vision and values.
This is the second year that the award has been given by Gallup, and Regions is one of five recipients. Learn more about the award.