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Openness:

A high level of acceptance of new experiences. Openness comprises the personality sub-traits of curiosity, variety seeking, risk taking and optimism.

Focus:

The ability to concentrate and focus your attention. Focus comprises perseverance, self-starting, structured thinking, and tough-mindedness. 

Planning:

The act of thinking about the activities required to achieve your desired goals.  Planning comprises forward planning, adaptability, autonomy, and reflection.

In addition to this summary, a complete and personalized guidance report is available by registering free of charge with Talent Transformation. Your personalized report will be created to help you evaluate and reflect upon the factors that influence your intention to learn.

 

Topics addressed in your personalized report include openness to learning (curiosity, variety seeking, risk taking, and optimism), your ability to focus on learning (perseverance, structured thinking, self-starting, tough-mindedness) and your ability to plan your learning (foresight, adaptability, autonomy, reflectiveness. Your personalized report will also include a Personalized Learning Guide and links to worksheets to help you break through any barriers.

INTENTIONAL LEARNING

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Learning is a skill, and intentional learning is a mindset. Developing and nurturing your mindset will lead you to become an intentional learner. And harnessing learning skills can build your self-esteem, boost your career, and increase your satisfaction with life.  

To give you personalized guidance, we have measured three personality traits and the sub-traits. that influence your ability to learn intentionally: 

Your responses indicate that you are not very open to learning. This may be a true indication of your approach to learning, or this may have happened due to various factors such as you are having a bad day, tired or stressed, unable to concentrate, unable to relate to the statements, didn’t give much thought to the answers, or the choices didn’t seem interesting to you. If you were distracted, please consider re-taking the International Learning quiz for a more insightful report.

Your responses indicate that are instances when you prefer not to learn. This could be a response to the specific situation mentioned in the quiz or it may, or may not be, your approach to similar situations in life. Please refer to your personalized guidance report to understand more.

Your most preferred approach to learning is

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Your responses indicate that on very few occasions you prefer not to learn. This is probably a natural response, or the situation presented in the quiz doesn't represent your style of learning. As there are very few such instances and it doesn't pose a challenge to the intentional learning behavior we would not be providing any further inputs here.

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