Competent Communication: STC #03907-040395

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    High Demand Course: This highly experiential, fun course consistently receives outstanding reviews and is regularly selected as one component of the two or three day leadership/management/executive seminar and team building retreats. If you are ready to dramatically improve the way your leadership teams communicate and collaborate, this is the course for you!

    During this interactive and evidence-based course, participants will be exposed to an innovative look into how each of us learns, perceives, and processes information, and when and why certain individuals take action. The result: our differences are more thoroughly understood and new perceptions are developed, thus allowing for profound organizational growth and change.

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    Designed to better the communication and interpersonal dexterities of the participant, this class will assist in the development of skills directly tied to communication. The participant will learn to identify and understand the different ways people learn and manage information. At the end of this course, participants will have the requisite tools to accommodate different learning styles when training a diverse staff, to mentor staff in a more successful manner, and to plan effective meetings that address the needs associated with all learning styles.

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    At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:

    a) List the four preferences humans have in relation to learning
    b) List the three things that learning styles influence
    c) Define the differences between left and right mode thinking (watching v. doing)
    d) List the four learning styles according to Dr. Bernice McCarthy
    e) List the best and worst learning styles for their own personal learning style
    f) Define why an understanding of other learning styles is key to the effective leader
    g) List learning style characteristics that support learning for all groups
    h) Plan effective training for diverse learning styles in accordance with their needs strengths and motivators

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    Recommended Participants: All levels of personnel, sworn and non-sworn.

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