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CliftonStrengths Workshops


“What will happen when we think about what is right with people rather than fixating on what is wrong with them?” —Don Clifton, Founder of Strengths-Based Psychology  (1924-2003)


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Tool Kits


Introduction to Strengths-Based Development (May 6)

What’s in a Domain? (Executing) and Gaining Awareness and Appreciation of Talents (May 20)

What’s in a Domain? (Influencing) and Gaining Awareness and Appreciation of Talents (June 3)

What’s in a Domain? (Relationship Building) and Investing in Talents (June 17)

What’s in a Domain? (Strategic Thinking) and Investing in Talents (July 1)


CliftonStrengths Micro Sessions

A dual-track mini-series for managers and individual contributors, our Micro Sessions will focus on four main themes: Enhancing Self-Awareness, Developing Partnerships, Building Strengths-Based Teams, and Improving Performance. Designed to be 30 minutes in length with up to 10 participants, our short and sweet sessions will keep your attention through guided conversation and end with you putting your top talents into action!


CliftonStrengths Micro Session Tracks

Individual Contributors*

(11:00-11:30 am)


(11:30 am-12:00 pm)

Enhancing Self-Awareness Wednesday, August 5



Developing Partnerships                  Wednesday, August 12



Building Strengths-Based Teams Wednesday, August 19



Improving Performance                  Wednesday, August 26



*Individual Contributor sessions are facilitated by Ana Burton, Talent Management Specialist

Manager sessions are facilitated by Karen Rasch, Director of Talent Management

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