Students, faculty, staff and administrators who focus on their strengths to achieve well-being and connect with one another are more likely to be committed to and proud of the institution. Engaged, healthy students are more likely to remain at CU Boulder, graduate in a timely fashion and stay connected with the university as active alumni.
In an effort to increase well-being and belonging across campus, the University of Colorado Boulder provides free professional development using the free StrengthsQuest tool in workshops facilitated by the Strengths Advisory Committee. Through these trainings, faculty and staff members will gain the knowledge, skills, and experiences to foster strengths-based conversations.
Interested participants are required to attend Strengths Introduction or another strengths workshop on the CU Boulder campus before attending other session(s).
All sessions are located in the Center for Community. Within three business days of registering, workshop participants will receive an email confirmation with more specific details. If applicable, you will also receive an access code to complete StrengthsFinder 2.0 prior to attending Strengths Introduction.