Learning Styles and Communications

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Learning Styles and Communications
Brian V Moore, Business Consultant, South Africa

When we take the time to learn about different learning styles, understand our own and learn how to assess others - we can dramatically improve our communication success rate!

How to assess the learning styles of your family, your child, your child’s teacher, your clients and your friends. And in so doing gain the ability to powerfully impact communications, presentations and relationships.

Each person’s learning style is unique and perfect, as it is.

We can all improve our communication, learning/ teaching ability and relationships through simple observation techniques – and by choosing our behaviour and communication methods. This is based in observing your student, family members, teacher, client, friend and noting their:

1. Speed of speech. How fast, how much, or how thoughtfully they talk.
2. Vocabulary. The words that they use.
3. Directions. How they give directions.
4. Physical Involvement. Their hand and body movement
5. Eye Movement. Most importantly - how their eyes move, when they have to think.

When we do this we can assess their natural and preferred learning style. This is made up of a combination of learning through seeing, doing, telling and listening... A whole lot more appears on our blog...

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