LOCATION CHANGE: Taste the Future, Tuesday, Aug. 16, has been moved to the Columbus State parking garage on Washington Avenue.
Engaging employees through engaging strengths.Everyone has strengths. Recognizing and tapping into them to reach larger goals can lead to increased job satisfaction, performance, productivity and success.
Based on a 40-year study of human strengths, Gallup created a language of the 34 most common talents and developed the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment to help people discover and describe these talents. In 2001, the initial version of this assessment was included with the bestselling management book Now, Discover Your Strengths.
Columbus State has embraced the Strengths model and is offering classes and coaching to help employees at all levels work to their full potential by cultivating their talents into strengths and complimenting the strengths of their colleagues.
Discovering Your Strengths Profile34 Strengths Described
Genuis and Beauty of Strengths
"The genius of our talents reflects what those talents enable and empower
us to do to potential levels of excellence."
Strengths and Organizational Development
Myth 1: You Can Ignore Your Weaknesses
Myth 2: Building a Strengths Based Organization is easy
Myth 3: Employees can be pigeonholed by "strengths."
Myth 4:Talent and motivation are separate things
"Complimentary Strengths: Everyone has weaknesses and blindspots...individuals are not well rounded but pairs can be."
Strengths Based Courses
Everyone has strengths. Recognizing and tapping into them to reach larger goals can lead to increased job satisfaction, performance, productivity and success.
Now that you know your top five Strengths, what's next? "Win with Your Strengths" taught us that we will grow most in our areas of greatest strength. In this half-day class, you will gain a deeper understanding of the strengths based philosophy as you continue along your journey of self-awareness and personal growth. In addition, you will learn six proven strategies that help leverage your own unique strengths as well as the strengths of others on your team.
The best teams achieve success by welcoming, valuing, and leveraging each members' talents. Participants will focus on the 4 domains of Strengths to understand team dynamics and increase collaboration.
For more information contact Barbara Allen at ext 5297.