Each person has a unique learning style that determines how he or she learns best. People learn because they need to solve everyday problems. They solve problems by displaying four basic behaviours. Each of these behaviours arises from a specific learning orientation. These four behaviours and their associated learning orientations form the Learning Cycle. The Learning Cycle forms the basis of action learning, which underlies all of the MHA Guides and processes. There are four learning orientations, and each one has specific characteristics that define it. Each person has a combination of learning orientations that is described as a learning style profile, in which each of the four orientations is exhibited to some degree. When people understand their learning styles, and that of others, they begin to understand why people behave and operate in certain ways.
Before the interpretation, you will need to complete the survey called the Learning Style Questionnaire (LSQ) that is found in the Guide that will be sent to you when you purchase this service.
Your purchase includes the Learning Style Questionnaire (LSQ), the 60 page Learning Style Questionnaire (LSQ) Interpretation Guide, and a 1.5 hour personal interpretation over the phone.