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Building Effective Teams 1.0 Learning Styles

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Transcript of Building Effective Teams 1.0 Learning Styles

Building Effective Teams
Visual
Auditory
Kinesthetic
See
Hear
Do
The Basics
Uses visual objects such as graphs, charts & pictures
Can read body language well and has a good perception of aesthetics
Able to memorize and recall various information
Tends to remember things that are written down
Learns best by
WATCHING
"Let's look at it differently"
"See how this works for you"
"I can't quite picture it"
"Let's draw a diagram or map"
"I'd like to get a different perspective"
"Let me show you something"
Learnings & Techniques
Visual Learners need
Differentiation
Use
Color
, layout &
S
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organization
The
Trilogy
is an important part of the
Omni Culture
as it maintains
balance.
Visuals in the Work Place
Readers:
Emails, Charts & PowerPoint's
Over
50%
of Associates will fall into this learning category!
Benefit from
Lists

Take
Detailed
Notes
Good
Proof Readers
Need something to
Look
at
Can you fold the napkin based on these pictures?
Can you hear me now? Good.
"Can I talk to you a second?"
"That sounds about right"
"That rings a bell"
"It's coming through loud and clear"
"That's music to my ears"
"Do you hear what I'm saying?"
The Basics
Retains information through auditory actions such as hearing & speaking
Often prefers to be
told
how to do something
Notices different aspects of a vocal message
Often has talents in music & may concentrate better with soft music playing
Learnings & Techniques
Auditory Learners in the Work Place
20%
of Associates should fall into this category!
Listening
is key
Very
distracted
by lots of noises
Avoid
PowerPoint's & Visual Presentations
Listen to
music
while working
Enjoy
discussing
&
talking
through issues
Can you fold the napkin
WITH YOUR EYES CLOSED?
"Let's come to grips with the situation"
"Stay in touch"
"That doesn't sit right with me"
"I have good feelings about this"
"I can't get a grip on this"
The Basics
Likes to use hands-on approach to learn new material
Would rather demonstrate
how
to do something rather than verbally explain it
Prefers to be more collaborative
Generally good in math & science
Learnings & Techniques - Write this down!
Use touch, action & movement in your learning
Describe the physical feelings of your actions
Physically touch objects as you learn what they do
Writing & drawing diagrams are physical activities
Role-playing to practice skills & behaviors
Kinesthetics in the Work Place
Kinesthetic learners make up a very
small
group of Associates - Many have a strong,
secondary
Kinesthetic style
Jump in and
do
Can't sit
still
in meetings
Empathetic
towards others: moods will affect them
To keep them
engaged
, need something to keep their hands busy
Participate
in demonstrations / role playing
Let me
SHOW
you how to fold the napkin
The Bottom Line
Improvement in
Communication
&
Efficiency
, which in turn, provides a better work environment for all
Sources for Information:
www.blog.nexdayflyers.com/learning-styles-in-the-workplace-why-you-should-care/
www.learning-styles-online.com
blc.uc.iupui.edu/academicenrichment/studyskills/learningstyles/3learningstyles.aspx
Recap
Visual
Auditory
Kinesthetic
Quality
Technique
In the Workplace

Why is this Important?
To Build A More Effective Team!
Better understanding of the 3 unique learning styles
Ways to identify the learning styles of your team members & yourself
Tools to create efficiency in your teams based on preferred ways of learning
BUILD EFFECTIVE TEAMS!
Say it out loud!
LET'S EXPLORE
VISUAL
LET'S EXPLORE
AUDITORY
LET'S EXPLORE
KINESTHETIC
Consider this:
Do you know the learning style of each of your team members?
Through the Understanding of Learning Styles
How do YOU learn?
"There is someone at work that encourages my continued development."
Tailor your communication to their learning styles!
Not everybody's learning style is the same
Ways to help identify learning styles:
How one presents information
Predictive Index (PI)
Learning techniques
Ask them
OMNI CULTURE
Split into 3 groups:
Visual
Auditory
Kinesthetic
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