Employees who focus on their strengths to achieve well-being are better engaged with co-workers and are more likely to be committed to and proud of the institution. Engaged and healthy students are more likely to remain at CU Boulder, graduate in a timely fashion and stay connected with the university as active alumni.
CU Boulder uses the free tool CliftonStrengths to provide campus community members with the knowledge, skills and experiences to foster strengths-based conversations leading to increased well-being and belonging across campus.
"Knowing my strengths will influence my performance in college by giving me insight to which areas I will be most effective in during group projects and presentations," a CU Boulder student shared. "I will be able to focus on what I am good at, and leave the areas that I am not as strong in to my teammates."
All sessions are located at the Center for Community (C4C). Room locations will be shared in a confirmation email upon enrollment. Register online now or email email@example.com with any questions.