We are doing a workshop on Choosing a Major Using Your Strengths workshop. We have been mainly using materials from the SQ for Educator book-Chapter 10. Do you or have any of you designed a workshop like this and would be willing to share with us. Our target group undecided students so want to focus more on that aspect. We have plenty of materials for the job search but no for choosing a major. Any help will be greatly appreciated. MargieSee More
I will presenting to about 50 colleagues for our Student Affairs staff retreat on Friday and am looking for soem break out exercises to do with the group. They all have a copy of the book and I am finishing up my powerpoint but would like some activities to go over with them besides the Team Map...which will already be covered. Does anyone have any suggestions for me? I would appreciate it. Margie Giauque See More
This group is for professionals (including grad students) utilizing StrengthsQuest in a Student Affairs or Student Services setting (ex: Housing, Career Services, Fraternity & Sorority Life, etc.).See More
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I have asked around a bit about this question. The answer is not 100% cut and dried. For some roles we see it more often than for others. It seems that for the higher level roles we tend to see it more often, while for other…"
Hi all, I am wondering if any of you add your top strengths to your resume or instruct students to do so. I would like to incorporate some resume examples illustrating strengths but not sure where to put them. I have a few ideas but wonder if others have done this already and woud be willing to share. Thanks. Margie GiauqeDirector of Career ServicesBemidji State UniversiySee More