Many report sections are written expressly for experts to help them to use the materials with their clients more effectively. These sections are more advanced or are particularly useful to the expert, but wouldn’t typically be shared with clients. For example, experts may leverage several models and sections solely for their own use. You as the expert can appreciate the depth of the content regardless of whether you share that content with your clients.
Several sections in this report are written specifically with the expert in mind and include language that can be used with clients. For example, “Tell Joe to focus on listing practical benefits when dealing with....”
Other sections in this report are expanded versions of sections that the client has already seen that provide more information and depth for the expert. Such sections are examples of material that might be shared with clients later, when they are ready for the added complexity.
Finally, some sections dive into models the client isn’t yet ready to tackle, or dive much deeper into topics that don’t relate to the client, or they are more complex than what the client is currently ready to tackle.
Believing what’s new is always better
Deflecting discomfort through constant activity
Struggling with constraints
Hiding behind the belief that "Enthusiasm is enough."
Angela wants to be authentic, benevolent, and empathic. She searches for identity, meaning, and significance. Angela is relationship oriented, particularly valuing meaningful relationships. Angela tends to be idealistic and visionary, wanting to make the world a better place. She looks to the future. She trusts her intuition, imagination, and impressions. Angela focuses on developing potential, fostering and facilitating growth through coaching, teaching, counseling, and communicating. She is generally enthusiastic. Angela thinks in terms of integration and similarities and looks for universals. She often is gifted in the use of metaphors to bridge different perspectives. Angela usually is diplomatic. She frequently is drawn to work that inspires and develops people and relationships.
Angela's core needs are for the meaning and significance that come from having a sense of purpose and working toward some greater good. She needs to have a sense of unique identity. Angela values unity, self-actualization, and authenticity. People of this pattern prefer cooperative interactions with a focus on ethics and morality. Angela tends to trust her intuition and impressions first and then seek to find the logic and the data to support her. Given Angela's need for empathic relationships, she learns more easily when she can relate to the instructor and the group.