Linked to the 4 elements of Fire, Water, Air and Earth, the profiles use colour to identify the four basic personality types based on the work of Carl Jung.
The costs are designed to be affordable across all global markets, and to benefit all staff in any organisation, young people and individuals.
Colour creates an internationally understood language which breaks down barriers in cultures, communities, corporations and personal relationships.
The profiles and learning programmes are designed to reduce risk and to create action and results. Goal setting and follow up with video coaching are built into the process.
ACCREDITATIONS: UK - Wyboston Lakes, Bedfordshire, MK44 3BA
13th-15th May 2015
7th - 9th October 2015
13th-15th April, Namibia
14th -17th April, Cape Town
20th - 23rd April, Accra, Ghana
27th - 30th April, Lagos/Abuja
5th - 8th May Johannesburg
25th - 27th May, Muscat, Oman
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Clarity4D are looking for learning & development professionals in Australia and New Zealand who can introduce Clarity4D to the Australasia market.
“The session was interactive and lively and the students were all engaged. Comments at the end of the session indicate that the students found it a useful session and something they had not come across before. They thought greater self-awareness would help them to set goals, which I certainly agree with. A useful session”.
Kathy Baugh, Head of 6th Form, Barnfield Studio School (Enterprise Academy)
"It was interesting to observe the dynamics in the room, as the introverted students became more relaxed and open and the extroverts became quieter and more aware. Not only were they beginning to consider the need for balancing personality types to improve their learning and the learning environment, they were breaking down some of the barriers that had been up between them and were building better, and more trusting, relationships.
As a teacher, it will help me control the dynamics in the classroom much better, as I can tailor the activities, the groupings and the feedback to individual preferences, strengths and even to areas for development. I like the fact that the profiles help to encourage questions and conversations about how students learn. I also feel it encourages a collective approach to learning: students and teachers become aware of the needs and strengths of all learners in the group and adapt their own behaviour to take this into account. This is where students can begin to understand what it means to take responsibility for their learning."
Sam Baker, Head of Business Studies, Mark Rutherford Upper School, Bedford
“As the Engineering Manager for a team of about 50 people at BP in Baku, Azerbaijan, I found the tool very helpful. My team is composed of people from a number of different nations and with a wide range of age and experience. I used Clarity 4D to create a common language and understanding within my team and to help people better understand themselves and their differences with others. I believe this accelerated the 'forming' of this team such that they could work effectively together in a relatively short period of time. I am looking forward to expanding the usage at BP in Baku over the coming months.”
Cassandra Degnan, Director Technical Learning and Development, Global Wells Institute, BP
“I have worked with Judy Oliver for almost two years now on a large Learning and Development initiative within our Operations function. Judy was involved in this initiative from the outset, and has been instrumental in both the design and delivery of all 6 modules that are being delivered.
Michael Greenhalgh, Head of Learning & Development, Coca Cola Enterprises