When we attend professional
development programs, some parts of the program tem to work better for us than others.
We are more motivated by what is happening in these parts, and
we enjoy them more. As a result, we learn better, and bring the
behavior back to-the-job more effectively.
Development Styles is
a that gives you insight into the kinds of professional
development experiences that best match your learning style.
It provides you with behavior development guidelines that will
allow you to expand your learning repertoire, so that you get greater
benefit from workshops that you attend.
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Styles® s, click
on the blue word in the titles below:
Others - insight into how you interact with others;
guidelines for expanding your one-on-one and one-in-group interactive skills
and Using Information - insight into how work with information
at work; guidelines for expanding your skills at handling information
both by yourself, and in the way you work with others ... ...
into how you make decisions by yourself and with others; guidelines
for expanding your decision making skills ... ...
Activity -insight into how you structure your personal and
team activities; guidelines for expanding the way you structure
your personal activities, and the way that you behave
when working with others ... ...
Relating Styles -
insight into communication and decision-making dynamics for life
partners and working partners; guidelines for improving your ability
to relate to your partner ... ...