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Career Development

Developing Strengths for Women in Leadership Workshop

April 8, 2022 at 11:00am12:30pm EDT

Virtual (See event details)

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Gallup’s CliftonStrengths assessment generates an individual’s “Top 5” strengths; an engagement tool to better understand our natural talents, defaults, and what brings us energy. The CliftonStrengths assessment addresses the question of, how can we do what we are already good at, and do it even better, rather than focusing on our weaknesses?

This workshop will explore best practices for supporting, engaging, and advocating for women in leadership through the lens of strengths-based development. The workshop will provide a foundational overview of the CliftonStrengths assessment, including the background of strengths-based development, best practices for using the assessment and engagement activities around the participants “Top 5 Strengths” results.

Following the foundational overview, the workshop will explore how strengths can serve as an effective underpinning for women’s leadership development. Participants will be actively engaged in self-reflection and small group discussions, as well as brainstorming around tactics for best supporting women in leadership and professional growth.

Participant Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe the benefits of strengths-based development and its practical applications.
  2. Employ strategies for effective self-reflection, professional engagement and team dynamics through a strengths-based lens.
  3. Apply best practices specific to women in leadership: reflection, advocacy, support and engagement.

Important Notes:

  • Class fee includes a code for CliftonStrengths Assessment, which will be sent to participants no later than 24 hours prior to the start of the session.
  • Proceeds from this workshop will go to the Nanhi Kali Syracuse University chapter to support the education of 52 little girls in India.

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This event was published on March 11, 2022.

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