The most valued and accessible HR resource for continuing education and knowledge in the Helena community.

Special Event August 26, 2020 - Introduction to Strengthfinder Workshop

  • Wednesday, August 26, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • First Interstate Bank, 2021 N. Montana, Helena, MT 59601


Registration is closed

Introduction to Strengthfinder Workshop

August 26, 2020 - Helena Area SHRM Members

Three hour introduction to Gallup’s StrengthsFinder assessment tool.

Learn how your strengths show up in how you solve problems and build relationships, and how to apply the assessment results to improve your productivity and communication!

$160* (Includes assessment, $250 value)

Limited to 15 participants in person, 15 online, payment required to hold your space. (No refunds, payment is transferable.)

*Already taken the assessment? Sign up for only $110! ($200 value) If you have only your Top 5 results, please login to Gallup to upgrade to the Full 34 report prior to sending your results to Sarah Elkins.

Sara Elkin Bio

Sarah is a communication coach, Gallup certified Strengths coach, keynote speaker, writer, and professional musician. She uses storytelling as the foundation of her work with management teams and individual clients to improve communication and relationships. Her podcast and upcoming book, Your Stories Don’t Define You, How You Tell Them Will focus on storytelling as a means of self-reflection, knowing that the stories you choose to tell, and how you choose to tell them, impact your internal messages and the perception of those around you. Her podcast was named in the top 50 in the category of emotional intelligence on player.fm.

She has had what she lovingly calls a “gypsy career,” crossing all kinds of boundaries in industries and skill sets, from public affairs to compliance officer, from being a hotel’s director of sales to being a meeting facilitator. She’s finding this current iteration of her career as a keynote speaker and Gallup certified Strengths coach particularly satisfying because throughout her career, her focus has been on improving communication, the key to great relationships. She works with individuals and teams to improve their communication at work and at home.

Sarah and her family live in an 1890 Victorian home, aka, a project house. In the nearly 20 years in there, she has learned to patch drywall, make minor plumbing and appliance repairs, replace a faucet, and more… thanks to YouTube.

Sarah’s passion for connecting people and helping them learn to better connect with others is embodied in the events she hosts, called No Longer Virtual, which are small, interactive conferences based on the theme of connecting beyond the keyboard, recognized twice by Forbes as “Can’t Miss Events for Entrepreneurs” in 2017 & 2018.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software