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Spring Learning Circle: Exploring Clifton Strengths and How They Apply to Your Life


Registration Now Open for WCWI's Learning Circle Workshop.


The Kacmarcik Center for Human Performance & Wellness Council of Wisconsin deliver a workshop focused on Gallup’s Clifton Strengths assessment and how to interpret your results.

Grafton, Wisconsin – The Kacmarcik Center for Human Performance and the Wellness Council of Wisconsin are proud to offer “Discovering your Clifton Strengths and How They Apply to Your Life,” a workshop that will assist individuals in unpacking their Gallup Clifton Strengths assessment and determining how the results can best be applied to their everyday life.

The workshop is the Wellness Council of Wisconsin’s featured Learning Circle Session for February, and will be facilitated by the Kacmarcik Center for Human Performance’s Todd Kraiss, MA, PhD, a multidisciplinary coach specializing in positive psychology, performance coaching and Marshall Goldsmith leadership coaching; and Tracey Tradewell, MA, KCHP’s coaching lead.

The workshop represents the first official collaboration between the two organizations, which are both focused on helping Wisconsinites reach their full potential and while flourishing in their communities.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with the Wellness Council of Wisconsin,” said Michael Sapiro, the Kacmarcik Center’s Managing Director of Business Development. “Our organizations share much in common. Chiefly, we are committed to creating healthy workplaces where individuals grow, thrive, and flourish. This workshop is an exciting collaboration and is the first of many more to come.”

The session will take place Wednesday, February 21 from 9-11 a.m. at the Kacmarcik Center for Human Performance, 885 Badger Circle, Grafton, Wisconsin. The price for Wellness Council members is $39 and $69 for non-members.

“We are thrilled to highlight meaningful partnerships, exemplified by our collaboration with The Kacmarcik Center,” said Carley Hoelzel Executive Director for the Wellness Council of Wisconsin shared. “At the core of our mission is the recognition that collaborative community partnerships are essential for amplifying impact and better serving our communities. Together, we share the belief that empowered professionals, equipped to reach their highest potential, serve as catalysts for strategic change.”

During the workshop, participants will focus on identifying top 5 to top 10 Clifton Strengths and demonstrate how you can apply them to various aspects of your life. Additionally, the session will examine supporting and lower themes, and explore how Gallup defines weaknesses. This will enable participants to recognize strengths in others and enhance interpersonal interactions on a daily basis.

Other workshop themes include:

  • Identify your 34 Clifton Strengths in order to have a comprehensive understanding of your unique attributes.
  • Develop a plan to prioritize your top 5 or top 10 Clifton Strengths to maximize their potential in your personal and professional life.
  • Recognizing the Clifton Strengths in others, which will enable you to gain deeper insights into people’s personalities and perspectives.

For more information and to register, please visit us here.

About the Kacmarcik Center for Human Performance

The Kacmarcik Center for Human Performance believes dreams can become reality and every person deserves opportunities to pursue their best life at home, at work, and in their community. Our work transforms potential through learning and growth that accelerates performance, boosts well-being, and equips you to pursue your unique best future.

Learn more here.

About the Wellness Council of Wisconsin

As a professional development and networking organization, the Wellness Council of Wisconsin helps shift employee well-being to a human-centered strategy that is valued and understood by all. Professionals at over 200 organizations are using WCWI’s membership experience to be empowered and equipped to create strategic change; while organizationally they’re experiencing the power of a designed culture where employees will feel a sense of community, purpose, and impact.

Learn more about the Wellness Council of Wisconsin here.

Learning Circle Sessions are approved for SHRM, CHES, & NWI continuing educations units.


This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. This program is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES) to receive up to 1.5 total Category I contact education contact hours. The National Wellness Institute (NWI) has approved the Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI)  to provide 1.5 Category 1 Continuing Education Credit (CEC) hours for NWI certification holders.

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