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Championing Growth through Strengths and Connections

WCWI's Spring Learning Circle

A team of professionals from different parts of Wisconsin met recently at the Kacmarcik Center for Human Performance in Grafton. They learned about their CliftonStrengths, which are unique talents that can drive personal and professional development. The CliftonStrengths 34 profile helps people identify and use their strengths daily, enhance relationships, and boost teamwork. Todd Kraiss and Tracey Tradewell led exercises to help attendees realize their value within their teams and come up with individual development plans. By leveraging the domains of team strength - Executing, Influencing, Relationship Building, and Strategic Thinking - organizations can appreciate the valuable contributions each team member offers to the team’s success.

The Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI) knows that companies that focus on employee growth enhance their well-being. Businesses value strengths such as achiever, woo, developer, ideation, positivity, and activator in their employees. These strengths contribute to business success. When workplaces provide ample growth opportunities, development, and support, individuals thrive. 

By acknowledging and nurturing the unique strengths of each team member, organizations can cultivate a conducive environment for personal and professional growth. To do this, they need to understand what makes each team member unique and foster an inclusive and supportive workplace culture that encourages continuous development. The CliftonStrengths assessment is valuable in offering insights into personal talents and strengths. By embracing and harnessing these strengths, individuals can optimize their potential, improve their relationships, and significantly contribute to their team's success. When companies provide opportunities for growth, learning, and support, individuals are more likely to thrive and make meaningful contributions to team success.

In conclusion, by utilizing tools like the CliftonStrengths assessment and fostering a culture of growth and development, organizations can unleash their teams' full potential while enhancing the well-being and success of each team member. WCWI appreciates the organizations that participated in the recent Learning Circle workshop and looks forward to supporting their personal and professional growth through WCWI's 2024 Learning Agenda.

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Jessica Lehman
Director of Member Experience, WCWI
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