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The Gallup Management Journal: Cover. Designed by Carin Goldberg.

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The Gallup Management Journal: Cover. Designed by Carin Goldberg.

  • Gallup Management Journal
  • The Gallup Management Journal: Cover. Designed by Carin Goldberg.

    Gallup, Inc. maintains several registered and unregistered trademarks that include but may not be limited to: A8, Accountability Index, Business Impact Analysis, BE10, CE11, CE11 Accelerator, Clifton StrengthsExplorer, Clifton StrengthsFinder, Customer Engagement Index, Customer Engagement Management, Dr. Gallup Portrait, Employee Engagement Index, Enetrix, Engagement Creation Index, Follow This Path, Gallup, Gallup Brain, Gallup Business Journal, GBJ, Gallup Consulting, Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, Gallup Management Journal, GMJ, Gallup Panel, Gallup Press, Gallup Tuesday Briefing, Gallup University, Gallup World News, HumanSigma, HumanSigma Accelerator, ICE11, I10, L3, ME25, NurseInsight, NurseStrengths, Patient Quality System, Performance Optimization, Power of 2, PrincipalInsight, Q12, Q12 Accelerator, Q12 Advantage, Selection Research, Inc., SE25, SF34, SRI, Soul of the City, Strengths Spotlight, Strengths-Based Selling, StatShot, StrengthsCoach, StrengthsExplorer, StrengthsFinder, StrengthsInsight, StrengthsQuest, SupportInsight, TX(R+E+R)=P3, TeacherInsight, The Gallup Path, The Gallup Poll, The Gallup School, VantagePoint, Varsity Management, Wellbeing Finder, Achiever, Activator, Adaptability, Analytical, Arranger, Belief, Command, Communication, Competition, Connectedness, Consistency, Context, Deliberative, Developer, Discipline, Empathy, Fairness, Focus, Futuristic, Harmony, Ideation, Includer, Individualization, Input, Intellection , Learner, Maximizer, Positivity, Relator, Responsibility, Restorative, Self-Assurance, Significance, Strategic, and Woo. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. These materials are provided for noncommercial, personal use only. Reproduction prohibited without the express permission of Gallup, Inc.

    About the Editors Geoffrey Brewer is the Editorial Director of Gallup Press, which publishes books and the Gallup Management Journal. He is the editor of The New York Times bestsellers 12: The Elements of Great Managing and How Full Is Your Bucket?, which reached #1 on the business list. He also edited the #1 Wall Street Journal and #1 BusinessWeek bestseller StrengthsFinder 2.0. Brewer was previously editor-in-chief of Sales & Marketing Management, a strategy publication for senior executives, and a contributing writer on management for The New York Times. He is a seven-time recipient of the Jesse H. Neal Editorial Achievement Award from American Business Media. Brewer lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife, Regan Solmo, and their son, Henry. Barb Sanford is the managing editor of the Gallup Management Journal. Sanford also contributes her writing and editorial expertise to the book publisher Gallup Press. She was an editor for Discover Your Sales Strengths and Married to the Brand and for the bestsellers 12: The Elements of Great Managing and How Full Is Your Bucket? In addition to her work with the Gallup Management Journal and Gallup Press, Sanford writes and edits for Gallup's corporate marketing team. She is actively involved in the International Association of Business Communicators and has served in leadership roles at the chapter and regional levels. She lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, with her husband, Howard, and daughter, Elizabeth.