Jeremie Brecheisen

Partner at Gallup

Jeremie Brecheisen, Senior Managing Consultant, works with Gallup clients to create behavioral economic solutions and to develop strong organizational identities that reflect their company’s purpose, culture and brand. He manages account project teams for some of Gallup’s most important and largest programs, spanning more than 300,000 employees.

As an executive consultant, Jeremie supports leaders and their teams to become more customer-oriented and more effective communicators. He applies his extensive knowledge of leadership and management principles to help Fortune 500 executive teams, mid-level leaders and frontline managers make better decisions based on objective data and predictive modeling. His consulting approach is engagement-focused, strengths-based and performance-oriented.

Jeremie is a strengths architect, consultant, practitioner, facilitator and coach. He has developed large-scale strengths interventions to help companies move from an initial focus on strengths assessment to developing a culture that leverages all employees’ strengths to improve business performance and increase growth. Jeremie has managed Gallup’s largest strengths client for several years, and his work has taken him all over the world, including North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Jeremie received his bachelor’s degree in modern Asian history from Brigham Young University. He received a master’s of business administration degree in the China International Program from the University of Hawaii; he spent the second year of the program studying and working in Guangzhou, China. Jeremie speaks conversational Mandarin Chinese. His Clifton StrengthsFinder talent themes are Learner, Ideation, Achiever, Belief and Woo.

Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Jeremie Brecheisen

Conference

Changing the Conversation with Teams: Culture

Over the past 80 years Gallup has been asking the very best questions every day, and the answers to those questions now represent 98% of the world’s population. Those questions helped invent the strengths movement, global representative sampling, the modern approach to employee engagement, and most recently how to reengineer development and performance conversations.

During our time together, we are going to transform the way you see the world by teaching you how to change the conversation and in turn, change the employee experience. We will leverage Gallup discoveries from our major reports on Millennials, women, managers, development and the state of the American Workplace.

We will focus on managers and leaders who need the most help, those often being left behind by their companies. They spend years learning how to do one job, and then instead become a manager. They never learn how to be a coach. They rarely learn how to focus on strengths during performance ...

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