Strengths are the unique blend of talents, knowledge, and skills. Being aware of your strengths can aid you in maximizing your talents. Discovering and developing your talents can ultimately lead you to success in your academic, career and personal life. The original Clifton StrengthsFinder Assessment was created by psychologist, Donald Clifton (1924-2003), with the help of The Gallup Organization. In 2007, a new version of the assessment was released. The assessment will help you identify your top 5 strengths/"themes" from a total of 34 strengths/"themes", which each fall under one of the 4 categories: executing, influencing, relationship building, and strategic thinking.
How Students Can Get It
Purchasing the online StrengthsFinder Access code gives you:
online access to "The Top 5 Strengths" assessment
a report of your top five themes and action items for students, educators, and professionals
bestselling StrengthsQuest e-book
additional resources to further your exploration of your talents
Students can purchase the access code at a discounted price by clicking here.
We, the Iota Lambda Chapter, also have access codes to give away to members. To get your FREE access code, email us at email@example.com. Because we only have a limited amount of access codes, those who reach out to us first will receive a code.
*Disclaimer: BAP Pace is not sponsored in any way by The Gallup Organization.
How Other Chapters Can Implement
Contact a representative from Gallup Strengths Finder Assessment to get details on how to get a free or reduced price on the assessment for your members. Click here to access the contact form.
Find out if there is a Gallup Coach in your area that you can reach out to as this would be a great asset to have when teaching members about their strengths.
Plan and hold a workshop for members! As an example, we, the Iota Lambda Chapter, did a one day workshop divided into two parts. In the first part, we had members take the assessment and got them familiarized with their strengths. In the second part, we had them participate in activities we designed to help put our members' strengths into use.
If you want to know more about our workshop or to ask any other related questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include "Implementing the Gallup Strengths Finder Assessment" as the subject in the email.
Students taking the Gallup Strengths Finder Assessment