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Hurt People

That’s an adjective in the title, by the way, not a declarative sentence. Here it is as a thesis– an adjective and a verb: hurt people hurt people. 217 more words

I Am A Woo...What Are You?

Woo. Woo, who? No, that’s not a knock-knock joke. Woo is a strength identified by the Gallup StrengthsFinder assessment tool.

My top 5 signature themes/strengths are: Responsibility, Strategic, WOO (Winning Others Over), Communication, and Self-Assurance. 217 more words

Professional Development

StrengthsQuest Departmental Training

Wow, what an honor it was to partner with District Office Talent Development/Talent Central Departments (Lorri Hill, Tracy Morin, and Marisa Patlan) in the Gallup StrengthsQuest based departmental training. 204 more words

Professional Development

On Feeling, Thinking, Liberal Arts, & Careers

I recall an MTBI-fueled fever sweeping my undergrad campus in early 2010: everywhere, I heard mutterings of thinking or feeling, introverted or extroverted, oh yeah, well, what’s your percentage? 951 more words

General

input

in·put

ˈinˌpo͝ot/

noun

  1. what is put in, taken in, or operated on by any process or system.

In the last year I’ve really come into myself. 653 more words

Communication

3 Benefits to Receiving Strengths-Based Leadership Coaching

There are countless personality/leadership assessments out there. Among the more famous ones are DiSC, True Colors and Myers-Briggs. Of course there are a lot more out there with fun gimmicks and terms. 467 more words