Discover Your Strengths! Increase Your Success!

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Powerfully connect to your strengths and get clear on your impact and value.  Spend more of your time at your best. Make your engagement, your contribution, and your success greater!

This is a 3-hour workshop that will take place at do-over.me on Saturday, January 27, 2018 from 9:00 AM to Noon. This workshop uses the Clifton Strengthsfinder® assessment by Gallup.  Participants in this group have an opportunity to discover their unique constellation of strengths, to connect those strengths to past accomplishments and to cast forward to determine how to best present their value to the world.

If your career or life transition has you confused and your confidence is taking the hit, join the Strengthsfinder® group and move forward with confidence!

When you register and pay you will be given access to an online assessment to complete before the workshop. The facilitator, Kim LeClair, will give personal feedback to everyone who brings in their completed assessment.  Everyone else will get generic information.

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The cost is only $45.

Click here to sign up and pay for this workshop (opens in new tab). do-over.me Clients: This event is not subject to the sliding scale.

Please register in advance for all events, even those that are offered at no charge.  It is important for planning purposes.  Also, if an event is cancelled, we will notify those who are registered. ONLINE registration closes 24 hours prior to the actual start of the event. If the event is on Monday, ONLINE registration closes on Friday. If you miss that deadline and want to come, please call us at 630-402-0429 to ensure that there is still space available.

ABOUT KIM LECLAIR:  Ms. LeClair is the owner of east willow (eastwillow.com), a one-woman creative agency. She has been a freelance web designer since 2012 and is also a career coach and certified MBTI® practitioner.  In her own words, Kim loves "to use my skills, strengths and experience to help other people discover themselves and build something awesome in the world."