- How to be Self-Aware
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.Supporting Resources
- Impact on Others
This section will focus on the impact of your actions and decisions on others and their emotions - whether in the workplace or outside.
Graphology - the study of handwriting and handwriting analysis - is now an accepted and increasingly used technique for assessment of people in organizations.
Cherie Carter-Scott PhD is a very modern guru. Her theories explain our attitudes and behaviour with a special clarity, and provide a practical guide to behaviour and self development.
The Johari Window model is a simple and useful tool for illustrating and improving self-awareness, and mutual understanding between individuals within a group.
- Emotional Intelligence
This section will discuss emotional intelligence - the various theories and how to apply them to improve your self-awareness.
- Learning and Behaviour Styles
This section will focus on the various learning and behaviour styles that different individuals exhibit.Supporting Resources
- Reflect on Own Working Style
This section will discuss the topic of reflective practice - examining your own working style and how to improve performance and learning accordingly.
Reflective practice theory, history, definitions, methods, process models, and self-assessment tools, for self-improvement, training, and organisational development.
Reflective Practice is an invaluable tool for assessing our own thoughts and actions to develop a greater understanding of the effectiveness of our choices. EDGE-IT is a model, developed by Cathy Lasher in 2015, which can facilitate the process of self-improvement and personal development through reflective practice.
- Personal Brand Management
Your brand refers to the specific perception that your peers have of you. This is created by your presence, both in person and that which is communicated by others, or your actions.
- Reflect on Own Performance, Skills and Behaviours