Here you will find different StrengthsQuest reflection activities for you to use when clarifying your strengths and how you use them academically, socially, and professionally.
To utilize these resources, you will first need to take the StrengthsFinder asssessment. For more information how to find your access code and where to take StrengthsFinder, please visit our leadership programs page.
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Getting the Most Out of Your Clifton StrengthsFinder Report: Use this document to help you read through your StrengthsFinder assessment!
Full Theme Descriptions: Use this document to read through the descriptions of all 34 signature themes.
Clifton StrengthsFinder Quick Reference Card: This document lists the general overview of all 34 signature themes.
Five Clues to Talent: This activity helps you clarify what talents you posess and how you can tie that talent back to a strength.
My Strengths and How I Use Them: This reflective exercise helps you better understand how often you use your top five strengths and how they empower you to succeed.
Picture of Excellence: Use this activity to better understand what strengths help you be the best version of yourself.
Theme Dynamics: This activity is helpful when working with a partner or group on a project or assignment. This activity will help you understand how your strengths can work together.
Your Role and Your Signature Themes: This activity helps you to clarify how you can use your strengths to complete critical tasks.
Strengths Development Framework: Use this activity workbook to better understand and develop your top five strengths!
*Please note, to access these resources, you will need to login to the StrengthsQuest website using the login information you created when taking your StrengthsFinder Assessment.
Academic Strengths in College: This resource helps you to better understand how you can use each of your top five strengths to be academically successful during your time at Loyola.
Relationships from the Strength Perspective: This section reviews how your strengths affect others and how you can view others form a strengths based perspective.
Strengths and Career Planning: How can you use your strengths when thinking about your future career plans? This article details how you can apply your strengths in your future career.
Leadership Strengths in College: How will you use your college experience to build your leadership skills? This resource will help you understand how you can better utilize your leadership strengths.
Looking for more resources? Contact Caitlin Dobson, Assistant Director of Leadership and Student Engagement, at email@example.com or at (504) 865-3622. Additionally, you can visit the StrengthsQuest website.