Learn how to identify and articulate your own unique strengths!
Do you feel confident when someone – say in an interview or at a cocktail party- asks you this simple question, “Tell me about yourself?”
What is the story you tell about yourself?
Does it help others understand who you are, what you want to do?
Does it serve as your compass?
Is it the story of who you are at your best?
No? Isn’t it time to change that?
The Dependable Strengths Articulation Process is a simple but robust method for individuals to identify and articulate their strengths. Initially developed in the UK to help WWII soldiers returning to civilian life, the process was further refined and developed at the University of Washington and is now used throughout the world.
Knowing your strengths will help you:
- to determine what kind of job or career fits your strengths,
- choose a college major,
- communicate your strengths in networking situations,
- develop a resume that emphasizes your best strengths,
- respond effectively to job-interview questions,
- and be a better team member.
Mary Hubbard, a Dependable Strengths Facilitator, will present the process in a two day workshop.
Saturday, January 28th – 10am to 12 pm
Saturday, February 4th – 10am to 12 pm.
The workshop is free but registration is required. For more information or to register, call the library at 603- 924- 8040 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.