Develop Your Leadership Skills as an Organization

How can StrengthsFinder help you?

We know Lakers are passionate about their student organizations and want them to succeed. Let us help you fulfill your club’s mission and vision. How does your executive board make decisions? How can your leadership team use its strengths most effectively in meetings? We want you to achieve the goals you set for your upcoming events or programs. By identifying the strengths and challenges in your personal leadership and organization, our Strengths Leadership Series: Student Org Edition can maximize your organization’s potential, and most importantly, help you achieve your ambitious goals!

Leadership Development

Program Takeaways:

  • Identify your team’s talents

  • Analyze your organization’s strengths and challenges

  • Learn how to optimize your strengths

  • Leave with resources and knowledge to bring back to your group

Want to improve your student organization?

Join us on October 20 at 3:00 p.m. in Kirkhof room 2270! Attend with at least three other members from your organization and dive into your strengths together! Through individual and group activities, your organization will leave with specific action items to take back to your student organization. The Student Organization workshop involves discussion, activities, and strategic planning within the small group of your student organization. Make sure to register!

What is the Strengths Leadership series?

StrengthsFinder is a two-hour workshop hosted by the Office of Student Life. It is one in a group of leadership development workshops that help students explore and utilize their top five strengths after taking the StrengthsFinder Assessment online. Programs include Discover, Lead, Work, and the Student Organization Edition that revolve around the strengths students find in their assessment results.

*Each participant must have taken StrengthsFinder assessment prior to event. The assessment can be taken for free by attending DISCOVER on 10/17 or LEAD on 11/9.



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