Motivation

Learning

Counselling needs

Problems

Force field analysis

Restraining forces vs driving forces

More on force field analysis

Problem solving

The more concepts and attributes you have, the more complicated the problem. Negative values are important.

          Focusing                 Scanning
          /     \                   /    \
Conservative    Gambling   Successive   Simultaneous
   (eg: computers)

Leadership Task leader "Follow me"
Social leader "You will not be diminished, hurt..."
Skills of a social leader are at this level
Concept: Define adult learning style - use this as a springboard to development.

I like myself (self-esteem)

...To have self-esteem, I need to have achieved something.

No insight
Unaware of effect of actions on people around them > put-down without realising.
No interest
Will not take on board a teaching method which you can show would be useful.
Insensitive
No response to emotional cues eg: worried patients.
Encouraging
Putting emphasis on positive feedback when negative feedback expected. "I need to be encouraged to value myself".
Enthusiastic
Showing an active interest in a topic. "Kids won't work for teachers they don't like". "I've discovered people get on with me better".

Concept: What am I NOT doing?
Challenge = task, workplace objective
Support = roles/activities of trainer
 

Comfortable                              Unconfident
Confident > Invitation to become > Uncomfortable
                                         SafeUnsafe

REQUIRES RISK - MUST FEEL SAFE TO DO THIS

PROBLEM > data > predictive system > net advantage
PROBLEM > data > evaluative system > risk taking (value driven)

Different trainers have different value clusters - what are mine?

Change management