“The Full Monty: Advanced Strengths Development,” an OSU Leadership Center workshop; May 13, 9 a.m. to noon; 105 Agricultural Administration Building, Columbus.
“The full monty” is a British slang phrase of uncertain origin. It is generally used to mean "everything which is necessary, appropriate or possible, or ‘the works,’ ” according to Wikipedia.
“Leading with your strengths will help your team and organization grow,” the Gallup Strengths Center says.
Gaining a deeper understanding of your strengths and how to utilize them at work increases your chances of success. Each person has a unique combination of strengths. These strengths are utilized in helping one perform at their best, overcome obstacles and capitalize on the strengths of their teammates.
In this advanced strengths workshop, participants will have the opportunity to discover their complete strengths profile. Previous awareness workshops provide you with your top five strengths/themes, and in this workshop you will receive a complete profile of your 34 strengths.
Note: To participate in this workshop, you must have attended a StrengthsFinder awareness workshop.
Beth Flynn is facilitating this workshop. The cost is $140 per participant.