Creating Self Awareness- CAPS Study

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Description

Event Details

Self-awareness is essential to one’s personal and interpersonal functioning and in understanding other people. Knowledge and appreciation of one’s learning style, leadership style, and temperaments are key indicators of effective managerial potential.


Objectives:

  • Gaining a better understanding of your personal temperament
  • Discovering your preferred learning style
  • Appreciating other’s temperaments and learning styles
  • Exploring individual learning differences
  • Gaining strategies to work effectively with others
  • Applying self awareness concepts at work

Outcomes:

  • Better understanding of self and others
  • Achieve full potential as manager
  • Better ability to understand, train, and mentor employees
  • Create a more harmonious work environment

Appropriate For

Business owners, management teams, supervisors and executives.

You Will Learn

Each participant attending this session will:

  • Become aware of their personalities temperaments
  • Understand how you and others take in and process new information
  • Understand why you lead and treat others in certain ways
  • Evaluate your strengths and weaknesses as a leader and mentor
  • Discover strategies for improving your leadership performance
  • Design a meeting or training session using the experiential learning cycle
  • Apply learning styles and the experiential learning cycle to your work
  • Develop effective meetings and training sessions that target all learning styles and temperaments
  • Apply understanding of personality and learning styles to create a more harmonious work environment
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