We each have a preferred learning style. When we work with others, this style extends to the way we interact with them during on-line or face-to-face interactions. If we know what our preferred patterns are, and how they are the same or different from the people with whom we are interacting during skill development activities, we can maximize our learning by doing 2 things:
- Focus on those development activities which best reflect the way we prefer to acquire and to practice new skills.
- Adapt to the ways that those who we are interacting with, so that the skill development activity words best for all of us.
By working through this Competency Styles™ work book, you will see that get insight into how you can get the best out of the professional development experiences in which you invest.
The work book has only one purpose: increase your insight into your preferred professional development activities, so that you maximize the value of the time you invest in those activities.