It can be easiest to see the weaknesses in those closest to us. Why not focus on the positive talents of your family this summer with a Family Strengths Session! In this interactive 90 minute session, your family will:
Discover their Gallup CliftonStrengths
Create a shared language around what is best and unique about one another
Have memorable conversation that will last for many summers to come
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Plan your Session
Meet Your Coaches
Location: Topeka, KS
What is your favorite family strengths memory? I had an 'aha' moment when I realized my brother was motivated by the competition strength. This insight has led me to much greater understanding. And I will never forget learning that five out of the six family members my husband grew up with have WOO! There is never a dull moment with them.
Why Strengths Coaching with Families? My bachelor's degree is in Family Science & Human Development.One of the best gifts we can give our family is personally investing in them as individuals and affirming their best qualities. Strengths Coaching is a great way to build a healthy family unit. It's so rewarding to see how strengths transforms and deepens family relationships -- not only as a family unit, but a better understanding among siblings and family dynamics.
Location: Manhattan, KS
What is your favorite family strengths memory? My favorite strengths memory is realizing why my dad is such a great listener: his Intellection and Deliberative talents encourage him to both think deeply, and process his ideas thoroughly before sharing them. This makes him so intentional and thoughtful, which in turn makes me so thankful to be his daughter.
Why Strengths Coaching with Families? I want to facilitate strengths coaching with families, because my own has grown so much in our understanding of each other through CliftonStrengths. Even in our most challenging moments, we're now able to pull back and really consider if we're speaking to/being respectful of the unique mindsets we bring to the table. I feel like I need to pay this magic forward!
See What Others Are Saying
"I felt that I was continually requiring self-talk to not be critical. Going through strengths with my family has helped me to value my strengths and others and appreciate our differences and utilize our differences." - Mom
"After doing strengths with my family I realized I can connect better with them and feel more comfortable about new situations and solving problems. I feel more positive and not discouraged about my weaknesses." - Dad
"Before strengths, I felt like I was different than everyone else and I thought that was a bad thing." - High School Son
"Sometimes I feel frustrated when trying to explain where I am coming from to my friends and family. After seeing my strengths and learning more about them, especially restorative, in a session with my family, I feel more connected to them." - College Student Daughter
“I cannot say enough about this incredible experience; it was by far one of the best two-hour investments we have ever made together as a family. My goal was simple – I wanted to empower our young adult children with the tools, insight and language of ‘Strengths’ they could use on resumes and in job interviews as they explored career opportunities. I had no idea how impactful it would be. It has bolstered their confidence and brought us closer with a deeper appreciation and understanding of the very best we have to give each other.” – Mom
“I wasn't sure about this at first, but I’m grateful I was lol ‘forced’ into it. Knowing my Strengths has been transformational and affirming in how to lead. ” – College Student Son
"Our family loved our Strengths Retreat. It was a great experience to discover our own strengths, learn more about them and understand ways to enhance those natural abilities into true assets. It also giving us a chance to learn about each other. I loved the conversation before, during and after and I hope to continue the conversation to help each other get stronger and fine-tune our strengths." - Tara Dimick, Mom