By Chad T. Ahern
Most people who've been exposed to Strengths-based efforts more often than not associate it with workplace -- improving team performance, engaging employees, and increasing productivity. Yet, some exciting developments are happening at institutions of higher-education; helping students understand their uniqueness and how it can help them succeed during and after their coursework.
Recently, Gallup has published three excellent pieces that provide some great advice on how to start a strengths movement on your campus, and what such an initiative could mean for your students:
If you're interested in joining the 600+ other strengths-based higher education institutions and launch your own strengths-based campus, consider these five major principles and actions:
Let me help you launch or support your Strengths-based campus, get in touch.