What am I great at? How do I pinpoint what I do best? How do I use my natural talents to be more successful? The search for both meaning and success starts with these three questions. The CliftonStrengths Discovery Course will help participants answer these crucial questions. This course incorporates findings from Gallup’s extensive, ongoing research into how people can become highly effective and efficient by intentionally applying their talents and strengths. This full day of discovery will take participants on a journey that begins with an awareness of their own unique blend of talents. Participants will learn how to take ownership of their personal talents and strengths and to appreciate their individuality and the valuable contributions they offer. This knowledge will then help them focus on specific goals to achieve greater personal and professional success.
This program is for individuals who want to achieve their greatest potential by using their natural talents. During this power-packed course, participants will gain a clearer path to success. Participants will learn their top talents as well as strategies and techniques to develop them.
Before attending this course, participants must complete the CliftonStrengths assessment to identify their most dominant talent themes.
During this course, participants will gain:
Participants will receive the CliftonStrengths Discovery packet in class. By combining the tools in the packet with the education they acquire during this course, participants will have a clearer path to success.
Curt Kenoyer, M.A. in Higher Education from the University of Iowa, is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and CliftonStrengths® Discovery Course Trainer. Over the past 20 years, Curt has worked in a myriad of higher education settings including a 5-year stint working for the Qatar Foundation in Doha, Qatar. With professional experience in administrative, teaching, and coaching capacities, Curt has developed and facilitated hundreds of programs, presentations, and training sessions. As a member of the Memorial Union & Student Activities team at the University of New Hampshire, Curt is committed to using strengths-based development to help others learn, grow, and succeed.