Often you know of yourself what your motives are and what you are good at, your skills. But to really capitalize on your skills, you need to know how you value yourself and the world around you. And that is something that many of us are not aware of.
The awareness model is a simple model to explain how I look at a person in relation to personal development.
By measuring how a person values the world around them and themselves, Hartman distinguishes six values. The degree to which these six dimensions are developed yield thinking patterns or thinking styles. Below, these six thinking dimensions are described*.
Eduard Spranger is a Swiss behavioral scientist who lived from 1882 to 1963. In 1928 he published his book Types of Men. In it he classified six personality types. A personality type tells us what kind of attitude a person has toward the world.
A person's behavioral style is what you see when you communicate and work with him or her. It reflects the way of doing things. Caution is advised; it is like an iceberg. You only see what is on top of the water.
23 TriMetrix Skills derived from Hartman's Thinking Styles.
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