Project Manager, WVU Purpose Center
Pre-Conference Workshop B: Thursday, June 1 | 1 p.m.
CliftonStrengths® at Integrate
In this session, you'll learn your top five strengths and how to apply them in communication and leadership. Strengths are what you're naturally good at. Based in positive psychology research, they give language to how we show up for ourselves and others. Graduates who align their work with their interests, values and strengths are 3x more likely to experience high purpose in their work. Graduates with high purpose in their work are 10x more likely to have high overall wellbeing. Join us to learn more about how to invest in your strengths and apply them in leadership. Register here to receive the assessment information and to reserve your sear. Registration is required.
Whitney Godwin is a two-time graduate of the WVU Reed College of Media and the former recruitment and outreach coordinator for the college. She is currently the Project Manager for the WVU Purpose Center and a certified Gallup Strengths Coach. The WVU Purpose Center is the first of its kind on a college campus and helps students, faculty, staff and alumni explore who they are and the impact they want to have as well as the campus resources that can get them there.