This section will act as an introduction to self-awareness - what it means, and how to apply it to yourself in a personal or professional context.

What is self-awareness?

A short introduction to self-awareness and its benefits as a leader and individual.

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs (e-Learning)

An overview of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, a crucial model of self-awareness and individual motivation. 

This section will focus on the impact of your actions and decisions on others and their emotions - whether in the workplace or outside.

Johari Window

A simple tool for developing awareness of one's own strengths and weaknesses. 

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This section will discuss emotional intelligence - the various theories and how to apply them to improve your self-awareness.

What is emotional intelligence?

An introduction to emotional (and social) intelligence, and its benefits for leaders and individuals. 

This section will focus on the various learning and behaviour styles that different individuals exhibit. 

Learning Styles

An introduction to many main learning styles and how to apply these to your work.

Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory

Understanding your own specific learning style allows you to apply yourself far more efficiently to your study. There are various theories and models of learning that attempt to explain our learning styles and the most impactful ways for learners favouring said style to uptake information. This workbook will outline a few of the most important and commonly-used models (note that this is not an exhaustive list).

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Honey and Mumford's Learning Styles

Honey and Mumford's four Learning Styles act as a simple framework for identifying suitable activities in order to maximise time spent learning. 

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This section will discuss the topic of reflective practice - examining your own working style and how to improve performance and learning accordingly.

Reflective Practice

Reflective Practice is a modern, evolving framework for self-improvement. 

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Tools for self-reflection

Self-reflective practise aids us in understanding ourselves.

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Use the below 360 feedback diagnostic to measure yourself as a leader and manager. Complete the self-assessment and then request feedback from others.

Once you pass the quiz, you will be able to earn a certificate. Please contact for this to be released.