Unlocking Your Potential: The Power of Personal Strength

What would happen if we focused on what is inherently right with people, instead of what is wrong? After more than 50 years of researching what is right with people, the Father of Strengths-based Psychology, Donald O. Clifton determined that the best way to unlock potential is through encouraging people to find and build upon their individual strengths daily. He found, that by affirming the strengths of yourself, and others, people are significantly more confident, engaged, connected, happy, and productive. Human capital is the worlds greatest asset, and truly incredible things are possible when individuals, teams, and organizations build upon their unique talents. This keynote will introduce the strategies for creating an environment where personal strengths are acknowledged, utilized, and cultivated. It will also address how the application of strengths improves individual, team, and organizational performance. Learn how to spark a strengths movement in your organization, and see talent and engagement flourish.

Ancestry.com Founder, Paul Allen was once on a mission to connect you to your past. Now he is on a mission to connect you to a future where you know your strengths and get to use them every day, where using your innate talents brings you success and well-being and joy at work and in life. Renowned as the “Global Strengths Evangelist,” Paul helps individuals and organizations unlock their full potential.

This event is brought to you by DC ATD, and the DC ATD Leadership Community of Practice.

Date

Apr 26 2018

Time

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Cost

Join Now and Attend for Free – $115.00 ATD Member - Early Bird – $40.00 ATD Member - Regular Registration – $55.00 Non-Member - Early Bird – $65.00 Non-Member - Regular Registration – $75.00 Volunteer – $25.00

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Regional Event

Location

Holiday Inn Arlington at Ballston
4610 North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, Virginia 22203, USA
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Organizer

Metro DC Association for Talent Development (ATD)
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