The Four Personality Styles Of Educators
She’s too aggressive, he never speaks up, she’s just rude!
Some Educators click and others clash!
Working in teams can be hard. Educators work and communicate in very different ways. Learning how to identify and understand different working styles based on common characteristics is a fundamental component of creating high performing and harmonious teams.
Not everyone in the world communicates and reacts to their environment in the same way. Some of us enjoy basking in the glow of the limelight while others are very uncomfortable with public displays of praise.
Understanding different personality styles is not about changing other people; it’s about changing the way we operate in order to create an environment where others can thrive.
In this 40-minute webinar, you’ll gain insights into 'The Four Common Personality Styles of Educators' & develop your individualised Educator personality profile.
We’ll explore strategies to work with Amiable, Driver, Analytical and Expressive Educators. These strategies will help you build strong relationships, reduce conflict and help you bring out the best in each other.
3rd April 2019
10:00am - 10:45am AEST
NB This webinar includes a personality self-assessment and an individualised Educator personality profile. Please ensure you purchase a ticket for each participant.
Can't make the webinar? - With our 'watch it live or watch it later' guarantee you'll automatically receive a link after the webinar to enable you to watch a recording.
Target Audience: Educators / Teachers, Leaders and Managers working in LDC, FDC, Preschool, Kindergarten and OHSC.
Format: Live interactive webinar
Presenter: Adrian Pattra
Certificate: Yes, one per enrolment
NESA Registered: No
Register PD hours: NA
Single Use or Sharable: Single – Program includes individualised personality assessment
Recording Sent: Yes automatically
Handouts Sent: Yes automatically
About the presenter:
Adrian Pattra is the education director of Farran Street Education. In this role he manages the day-to-day operational and educational outcomes. Adrian has been involved in adult education for the past 15 years, he holds a Bachelor of education and a Master in educational psychology. Adrian has worked with a range of Children Service’s organisations, providing them with the tools to improve their competency and learning frameworks, while creating a culture of continuous learning. For the past 20 years, Adrian together with his family has a small long day care service on Sydney’s lower north shore.