August 2013 Institute
Workshop:SQ 102: An Introduction to Strengths & SQ 103: Utilizing Strengths with Students
Presented by: Liz Doherty, Jim Maio, Lew Kahler
Location: ACC 116
Time: Thursday, 10:00-3:30pm
Max number of participants: 75

SQ 102: An Introduction to Strengths This seminar will introduce participants, who have taken the Gallup StrengthsQuest and completed the online SQ 101, to utilizing asset-based philosophies in their work and personal lives, the Gallup StrengthsFinder tool and various strategies for better understanding their top 5 themes. In this session participants will explore personal applications of a strengths-based and asset–based philosophy and explore and interpret the StrengthsQuest themes and how your individual themes combine and interact. SQ 103: Utilizing Strengths with Students This seminar will build upon the outcomes and explorations in SQ 102 to enhance the participants’ understanding of how to utilize the Gallup StrengthsFinder themes with students. Various tools and strategies will be introduced to enhance students’ awareness of their themes, and how they can use them in academic settings. Participants also will explore strategies for using their own strengths to enhance their interactions with students. This session builds upon SQ 101 and 102 to help participants learn to engage students in strengths based discussions, help students to reflect on their use of strengths, and explore strategies for helping students identify strategies on how to use their strengths in academics. In this session participants will: • Explore personal applications of a strengths-based and asset–based philosophy • Explore and interpret the StrengthsQuest themes and how your individual themes combine and interact participants will: - Explore personal applications of a strengths-based and asset-based philosophy - Explore and interpret the StrengthsQuest themes and how your individual themes combine and interact.




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