Communication and Collaboration Strategies for People with Different Learning Styles and Personalities

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Communication and Collaboration Strategies for People with Different Learning Styles and Personalities GEN/200
Monday May 31, 2010

Communication and Collaboration Strategies for People with Different Learning Styles and Personalities For this paper, I am pretending that I am placed in a group to do a presentation on the nature versus nurture dilemma in Psychology. Based on my Personality assessment, I have discovered that my personality strongly reflects the nature of an adventurer and also an organizer. My second team member Larry showed that he was more of a giver and also a thinker with an adventurous side, and my third team member Nicole, showed that she was an organizer, and also a thinker. Utilizing the Pathways assessment, we discovered that I am a verbal- linguistic learner, Nicole is an intrapersonal learner, and Larry is an interpersonal and visual learner. With a group this diversified, we all have to understand how each other operate in terms of learning and also communication. We also have to find the best way to come together as a group, accomplish our goal of being successful in this presentation. People perceived as good thinkers are always conjuring new ways to achieve their tasks. They are excellent at problem-solving, and always apply various ideas to overcome whatever obstacles they may face. They look at the entirety of any situation and consider every option and suggestions. Nicole and Larry excelled in this area more than I did, so the group decided that they would be in charge of coming up with the different topics for our presentation. Thinkers are also able to pick sense out of nonsense, and formulate some kind of logics to raw information. After we all did our research, Larry and Nicole sat down and divided all the raw information. Then she and Larry decided which information was important and necessary. Nicole and I were better at organizing than Larry was, so we were responsible for putting all the research...
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