Mark Pogue is assistant professor of practice in management and the executive director of the Clifton Strengths Institute. He earned his master of arts in leadership from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Pogue has 30 years of experience in creating and delivering developmental programs for students, including 15 years as a senior learning and development consultant for Gallup. He founded Gallup’s Higher Education Division, applying Gallup’s management sciences of strengths, engagement and executive leadership to colleges and universities. He has been a Clifton Strengths Institute board member since 2010.
The Clifton Strengths Institute identifies and maximizes the talent of college students to guide their personal, professional and leadership development through the use and application of strengths-based sciences. Every business student will identify their strengths through the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment and will receive strengths training and one-on-one strengths coaching their first semester through a one-hour credit course to help them develop and apply their strengths to achieve academic, personal and professional success.