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Honey and Mumford Learning Styles


We are happy with our training of the theory of Learning Styles but would like to find a more interesting and stimulating way of helping managers/coaches use this knowledge in their role. Has anyone got any methods they use that successfully get this across?
annie hodkinson

One Response

  1. Self-awareness of learning style
    One of the most important areas of application, from my experience, is simply having managers understand themselves better.

    For instance, on my Telephone Sales workshops I can reliably guess who is or isn’t an activist.

    This is important because a major barrier to telephone sales is whether the individual is happy to pick up the phone and ‘give it a go’.

    Activists then understand themselves better, agreeing with the findings, and are more willing to listen when it is suggested to them that a key area of improvement may be their ability to listen, for example.

    Alternatively, reflectors can be assured that they are capable of a successful role providing they are trained well and can improve their comfort level to encourage them to pick up the phone and not fear rejection – something which is less of an issue to an activist.

    Kind regards,

    Carl Duncker
    Train In A Day Limited


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