Hannah Miller | Vistage UK
Speaker Bio

Hannah Miller

Hannah Miller is speaker, trainer and coach, who combines her own personal experiences of leadership with a tried and tested focus on people’s strengths. Her fundamental belief in the importance of developing the individual and investing in the team and her passion for progress is evident in all she does.

She has worked with teams and professionals in all sectors, large and small organisations to charities and universities. Whatever the brief, whatever the size, the focus is always the same – focus on where you are strong and build from there. Understanding who you are, how you lead, and how you think is key to both self development and the team around you. Hannah knows that an investment in people’s strengths will in turn impact upon engagement, productivity and efficiency – some of the key issues facing leaders today, particularly as they navigate how to lead and develop gen X and Y.

Hannah is a Gallup Accredited Strengths Coach, and has worked with a wide variety high profile clients, including giffgaff, The University of Birmingham, NHS, Barclays, The Academy for Chief Executives, Michelin-starred Hampton Manor, TimeEtc, Home for Good, Langley House Trust, Ella, and The Diocese of Birmingham. Wherever she works, the goal is the same: a positive, upbeat approach to team and organizational development. A sharp focus on what is working well, and what needs to be addressed brings a balanced and forward focused approach to coaching and consultancy.

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In a nutshell: Hannah is a business graduate, trained teacher, speaker, previous assistant head teacher, charity founder, senior leader of education, Gallup-accredited Strengths coach, SSAT trainer, experienced mentor and public speaker. Hannah is also a proud mum of three sons. Hannah lives on an estate in North Birmingham and is very proud of the charity her husband founded, Urban Devotion Birmingham. She loves Zuzu (her cockerpoo), food, drinking tea, writing lists, receiving post, taking photos, singing loudly whilst wearing headphones, and chatting to strangers.

Hannah joined the Vistage Speaker Bureau in May 2018 from the Academy of Chief Executives, with an average score of 4.5 out of 5 over the last 12 months.

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Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: Start with Strengths

Hannah's workshop unlocks the learning behind the CliftonStrengths assessment so that each member can develop their own leadership and the teams they lead in an authentic and purposeful way.

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Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: Start with Strengths

Overview:

What’s right with you?

  • Most people don't know their purpose.
  • Most teams have areas of dysfunction.
  • Most organisational culture is undefined.

The common response to these issues is to focus on weaknesses and start fixing them. In this workshop, we focus on what's right with you as a positive, Strengths Based starting point for developing purposeful people and productive teams.

CliftonStrengths (previously StrengthsFinder) is a world-renowned, data driven tool for recognising and developing talent and Strengths in individuals and teams. As I write, 19 million people have taken the Gallup assessment as a first step towards greater productivity and engagement.

People who focus on their Strengths are:

  • 6 times more engaged
  • 8% more productive
  • 9% more profitable

My workshop unlocks the learning behind the CliftonStrengths assessment so that each member can develop their own leadership and the teams they lead in an authentic and purposeful way. Increasing employee engagement and the development of emotional intelligence are two immediate and intentional outcomes of my workshop that make what I do essential to all forward-thinking CEOs and their teams.

Outline:

The workshop runs like a facilitated group coaching session, full of personalised learning and feedback, and includes:

  • Beginning to recognise their Strengths in action
  • Action planning for more intentional leverage of their Strengths
  • Creating a personal brand statement
  • Looking at possible basements to their Strengths and working together to problem solve
  • Learning about the four Strengths domains and their natural leadership style
  • Understanding how Strengths fit together to create a unique combination
  • Using a case study (and their own Vistage group) to see how a team fits together – the challenges and the possible issues – recognising that difference is good and should be intentionally developed

All attendees will have the opportunity to share their learning throughout, and several takeaway activities are also provided.

Objectives: To equip leaders to:

  • Understand how they think, lead, influence, get things done and build relationships
  • Develop each direct report in a way that is authentic to them, and the people they lead
  • Build purposeful and productive teams that collaborate intentionally to harness Strengths

Outcomes: Leaders will leave with:

  • Greater self-awareness and EI
  • Increased knowledge of tried and tested research-based method to spot and develop talent
  • Practical tools to develop their performance coaching and team relationships

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: Start with Strengths

Hannah's workshop unlocks the learning behind the CliftonStrengths assessment so that each member can develop their own leadership and the teams they lead in an authentic and purposeful way.

Read more

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: Start with Strengths

Overview:

What’s right with you?

  • Most people don't know their purpose.
  • Most teams have areas of dysfunction.
  • Most organisational culture is undefined.

The common response to these issues is to focus on weaknesses and start fixing them. In this workshop, we focus on what's right with you as a positive, Strengths Based starting point for developing purposeful people and productive teams.

CliftonStrengths (previously StrengthsFinder) is a world-renowned, data driven tool for recognising and developing talent and Strengths in individuals and teams. As I write, 19 million people have taken the Gallup assessment as a first step towards greater productivity and engagement.

People who focus on their Strengths are:

  • 6 times more engaged
  • 8% more productive
  • 9% more profitable

My workshop unlocks the learning behind the CliftonStrengths assessment so that each member can develop their own leadership and the teams they lead in an authentic and purposeful way. Increasing employee engagement and the development of emotional intelligence are two immediate and intentional outcomes of my workshop that make what I do essential to all forward-thinking CEOs and their teams.

Outline:

The workshop runs like a facilitated group coaching session, full of personalised learning and feedback, and includes:

  • Beginning to recognise their Strengths in action
  • Action planning for more intentional leverage of their Strengths
  • Creating a personal brand statement
  • Looking at possible basements to their Strengths and working together to problem solve
  • Learning about the four Strengths domains and their natural leadership style
  • Understanding how Strengths fit together to create a unique combination
  • Using a case study (and their own Vistage group) to see how a team fits together – the challenges and the possible issues – recognising that difference is good and should be intentionally developed

All attendees will have the opportunity to share their learning throughout, and several takeaway activities are also provided.

Objectives: To equip leaders to:

  • Understand how they think, lead, influence, get things done and build relationships
  • Develop each direct report in a way that is authentic to them, and the people they lead
  • Build purposeful and productive teams that collaborate intentionally to harness Strengths

Outcomes: Leaders will leave with:

  • Greater self-awareness and EI
  • Increased knowledge of tried and tested research-based method to spot and develop talent
  • Practical tools to develop their performance coaching and team relationships

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Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: Start with Strengths

Hannah's workshop unlocks the learning behind the CliftonStrengths assessment so that each member can develop their own leadership and the teams they lead in an authentic and purposeful way.

Read more

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: Start with Strengths

Overview:

What’s right with you?

  • Most people don't know their purpose.
  • Most teams have areas of dysfunction.
  • Most organisational culture is undefined.

The common response to these issues is to focus on weaknesses and start fixing them. In this workshop, we focus on what's right with you as a positive, Strengths Based starting point for developing purposeful people and productive teams.

CliftonStrengths (previously StrengthsFinder) is a world-renowned, data driven tool for recognising and developing talent and Strengths in individuals and teams. As I write, 19 million people have taken the Gallup assessment as a first step towards greater productivity and engagement.

People who focus on their Strengths are:

  • 6 times more engaged
  • 8% more productive
  • 9% more profitable

My workshop unlocks the learning behind the CliftonStrengths assessment so that each member can develop their own leadership and the teams they lead in an authentic and purposeful way. Increasing employee engagement and the development of emotional intelligence are two immediate and intentional outcomes of my workshop that make what I do essential to all forward-thinking CEOs and their teams.

Outline:

The workshop runs like a facilitated group coaching session, full of personalised learning and feedback, and includes:

  • Beginning to recognise their Strengths in action
  • Action planning for more intentional leverage of their Strengths
  • Creating a personal brand statement
  • Looking at possible basements to their Strengths and working together to problem solve
  • Learning about the four Strengths domains and their natural leadership style
  • Understanding how Strengths fit together to create a unique combination
  • Using a case study (and their own Vistage group) to see how a team fits together – the challenges and the possible issues – recognising that difference is good and should be intentionally developed

All attendees will have the opportunity to share their learning throughout, and several takeaway activities are also provided.

Objectives: To equip leaders to:

  • Understand how they think, lead, influence, get things done and build relationships
  • Develop each direct report in a way that is authentic to them, and the people they lead
  • Build purposeful and productive teams that collaborate intentionally to harness Strengths

Outcomes: Leaders will leave with:

  • Greater self-awareness and EI
  • Increased knowledge of tried and tested research-based method to spot and develop talent
  • Practical tools to develop their performance coaching and team relationships