There’s more than one way to learn

Recognizing the three methods of learning opens the door to creativity
By Diane Lamarch-Bisson
|CHRR, Guide to Training & Development|Last Updated: 11/22/2002

Creating a working environment where employees are given the freedom to go outside the normal parameters can open the door to creativity. By removing the rigidity and limitations that stifle ambition, companies can guide and assist the employee to discover his strengths and abilities and to recognize weaker areas.

There are three main learning styles:

•auditory, which comprises the listening and the verbal learner;