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    • TRAINING STYLES 1
    • STYLE FLEXIBILITY Although have one preferred style ,• BUT trainer should learn to use the entire range of styles.• BECAUSE different training styles impact different types of learners in different ways. 2
    • IDENTIFYING TRAINING STYLE The seller The professor The entertainer The coach 3
    • THE SELLER 1. Task oriented 5. Programs : informal but inflexible2. See themselvesas taskmaster/ 6. Leading to a sessionpersuaders that are: Informative, productive, efficient, 3. Main concerns complete & persuasive : Products/conten4. Strive to be : driving, tAggressive, enthusiastic 7. Learner are evaluated by :convincing Objective testing 4
    • Cont. THE ENTERTAINER 1. Relations 5. Program : formal oriented but flexible2. See themselves 6. Leading to sessionsas that are : Motivated,role model/stars lively, fun & 3. Main concern is entertaining feelings/reactions 7. Learners are evaluated4. Strive to be dynamic, by : Assessment ofanimated, charismatic, their feelings and 5Outgoing & inspirational opinions
    • THE PROFESSOR 1. Instructor oriented 5. Programs : Formal & inflexible2. See themselves aspresenter /experts 6. Leading sessions that are : Scheduled, controlled, 3. Concerns for Organized & disciplined process/delivery 7. Learners are4. Strive to be impressive, evaluated by subjectivePolished, professional & aloof testing & instructor 6 judgment
    • THE COACH 5. Programs : informal & 1. Learner oriented flexible 6. Leading sessions that2. See themselves as are : Involving,facilitators/guides encouraging,Constructive & developmental 3. Concern for results 7. Learners evaluated by4. Strive to be supportive, comparing beh. or participative, Accepting, emphatic performance objective7
    • Matching Learner and Trainer Styles• First, it captures the cognitive and affective differences between trainer and learner.• Second, it should encourage the use of a wider variety of teaching techniques.• Third, it helps learners understand their own styles and preferences better.• Finally, it enables the trainer and learners alike to be more accepting of differences among people. 8