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Leadership Retreat: get this amazing tool while you can

by Christine Henzig, Director of Communications Sep 06, 2018

If you haven't taken the CliftonStrengths assessment, now's your chance! Close to 20 million people have used it to identify how to become their best self - and achieve the best results - in the workplace. We're including the Top 5 CliftonStrengths assessment as part of The League's Leadership Retreat on Sept. 20-21 in Oshkosh, where top leadership gurus will teach you to apply your findings!


You're misaligned in the workplace unless your natural talents align with the business need that maximizes them. Does the "fit" that excites you involve innovating? Analyzing? Empathizing? Organizing? Something else? Complete the Top 5 CliftonStrengths assessment - then gain expert guidance - to find your right role within our great Movement

Stop trying to wring adequate performance out of yourself or others -  create an action plan that'll excite you about your daily work and form unstoppable teams built on purpose and passion!


Kristy WalzAttendees

You'll have a "eureka!" experience whether you:

  • expect new roles or responsibilities
  • supervise people or projects
  • perform human resources or team-building
  • suspect change is your next move


Kristy Walz (right, top)  of Confluence Consulting will share ways you can lead by naming and claiming your key talents and show you how to use them to inspire others.

John McHughJohn McHugh (right) offers his insights leading Kwik Trip stores. He'll explain your role communicating purpose to create a culture of satisfaction and teamwork.


Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel & Convention Center, Oshkosh


Thursday, Sept. 20, we explore. Friday, Sept. 21, we put discovery into action!


Register now!


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