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How do your people learn?

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Each of the people we manage has a distinct way of looking at the world. They approach work in different ways—and learn in different ways as well. Their particular styles of thinking and processing information create preferences, and these make some learning and training approaches more effective than others. By tailoring your techniques to your employees' particular learning styles, you can ensure that they will learn better and be more motivated to use their new knowledge.

The Logical Learner

Edwin Barnes works for a midsized manufacturer. When his department needed to develop an improved logistics plan, Edwin analyzed every detail, from the floor plan to the routing codes to the box sizes. He came up with a thorough, logical system that made their work more precise and efficient. Edwin is an analytical thinker, interested primarily in the nuts and bolts. People who share Edwin's thinking style have a preference for dealin...(register to read more)

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