One RCC's journey of our learning, growth, and service throughout the Fall 2015 semester. Jeremy’s talk with us about our strengths on Monday was extremely engaging on many different levels. Rohan, I discussed a little bit of what you said in my blog as well, but I had forgotten to incorporate the part of working as a team! I made this self-assessment after seeing a similar version on the Center for Financial Social Work’s site. For clients, this is a great empowerment exercise which can help them to identify what their needs are and help them to think about their strengths.
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We had discussed our strengths briefly in class earlier but we did not go in depth, we didn’t analyze them to the extent that we did with Jeremy. I love how you tied your top two strengths together, since it is so easy for our strengths to go hand in hand.

But because I like pretty colors, tasteful fonts, and have a lust for good design [which I tried to implement], I made my own version to share with you, dear colleagues and readers. To be quite frank, my colleague was the one who implemented it (and she did a darn good job with it!). I got a request from a colleague to post this intervention after they saw it on my SocialWorkTech tumblr site. I also think that these tools serve as a great recruiting tool for acceptance of mental health to non-social workers. Just wanted to say that I am printing this one out and using it today with my teen clients. I really enjoyed the part where he said that all the strengths mean different things to different people.
We subconsciously chose to associate ourselves with people who are a little different than us because they have a strength that we might not have, so together they work better.
For social work students and social work practitioners, this is a great intervention to acknowledge the good in you and to reassess your own growth, value, and mindset at this present moment. The students spent a five minutes filling it out and reported back that it was very helpful in getting to know what their needs are, who they are, and the strengths they have within them. Ethically speaking, if you use any of these images in your presentations, you should be citing your sources! He also elaborated on the fact that we should not focus that much on our weaknesses but rather focus on our strengths and try to make them better. That is what the key is to being a successful group, using your diverse skill to better the person next to you.

I totally agree with Jeremy in the fact that it takes a lot more energy to improve our weaknesses rather than improving our strengths. I like how you mentioned the diversity, and Eliot also commented about how important it is. I also liked filling out the chart because it made me think about what my strengths mean to me and when I last used them.
If everyone knew their strengths, it would be pretty easy to come up with a dream team of workers! We also talked about which strengths go hand in hand with each other, for example two of my strengths were futuristic and strategic and I believe that strategic just plays off of futuristic because if someone is futuristic then they are employing some sort of strategy in order to work towards their future.
Jeremy also talked about a group dynamic and how it is extremely important to have individuals with different strength groups.
I remember he said that if a certain group in a business have relatively similar strengths then it would lead to some conflicts and also  there won’t be any new ideas.
In comparison, if there is a group with with diverse strengths then it would lead to a engaged group dynamic and also many different personalities with different contributions and ideas.

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