Summarizes the findings and observations from managerial and professional development workshops with managers, physicians, educators, and social workers where a theory of experiential learning was applied in workshop design and content, along with the Learning Styles Inventory. In a follow‐up study of some of the workshops, participants reported an increase in self‐understanding and appreciation of their own and their colleagues′ learning styles and a valuing of the differences and integration of all four learning styles. Some reported an improvement in their working relationships between peers, supervisees, managers, and clients.
White, J.A. (1992), "Applying an Experiential Learning Styles Framework to Management and Professional Development", Journal of Management Development, Vol. 11 No. 5, pp. 55-64. https://doi.org/10.1108/02621719210014590Download as .RIS
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