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Join Maika and Jim as they wrap Season 5, give you tips on navigating the new CliftonStrengths site and talk about what's coming in 2020, including the Summit.
Learn from Dr. Mary Reckmeyer, author of Strengths-Based Parenting, how adults can use StrengthsExplorer to bring strengths-based development to kids in their lives.
Learn more about how children who have the StrengthsExplorer theme of Relating deal in the "currency of connection" and how you can help them grow that talent.
Learn about a new book that provides an engaging way for parents and schools to introduce StrengthsExplorer to kids.
Learn about the natural magnetism of kids with the StrengthsExplorer theme of Presence, and how you can encourage them to grow this talent.
Learn more about how children who have the StrengthsExplorer theme of Organizer like to create order in their world.
Learn how "Future Thinker" children find meaning in what they do, think big and dream about tomorrow.
Kids especially talented in the Discoverer theme are thinkers and learners; they love information. Find out how you can affirm and challenge them.
For kids especially talented in the Dependability theme, trust, honor and ownership are important. Learn about how to encourage and challenge these kids.
Discover how children especially talented in the Confidence theme have no fear of standing out, and how you can affirm and challenge these kids.
To spot a child especially talented in Competing, look for true delight in winning. Learn how to affirm and challenge these kids.
Learn about the extraordinary altruism of children especially talented in Caring, and how to encourage and challenge them.
Learn about the "big energy" to get things done that characterizes children especially talented in Achieving, and how to affirm and challenge them.
Listen to JerLene Mosley as she introduces StrengthsExplorer, a 10-theme talent assessment tool designed for kids.
Discover the effect you can have on a child's life by seeing beyond apparent weaknesses to their undeveloped talent; Gallup's StrengthsExplorer can help.