Perceptual Style Theory is a behavioral science theory created by Lynda-Ross Vega and her colleague Gary Jordan, Ph.D. that aims to make sense of the everyday differences people experience between themselves and others. “We’
“The differences between Perceptual Styles are real,” she says. “They truly reflect differences in how the world is perceived so acknowledging that the differences exist can lead to an understanding and appreciation of different points of view. Assessing and understanding our individual Perceptual Style as well as those of others is the key to success in our personal and professional lives.”
In Perceptual Style Theory, there are high-level commonalities in perception that can be grouped together into six Perceptual Styles, says Lynda-Ross. These Perceptual Styles each describe a different perceptual experience of the world and the many characteristic behaviors that are a result of that perception and are a wonderful tool for understanding ourselves and others.”
“Our research supports that Perceptual Style is innate and unchanging,”
Parts 1-3 of Lynda-Ross and Gary Jordan’s weekly article series is available at www.YourTalentAdvantage.com.
Lynda-Ross Vega: A partner at Vega Behavioral Consulting, Ltd., Lynda-Ross specializes in helping entrepreneurs and coaches build dynamite teams and
systems that WORK. She is co-creator of Perceptual Style Theory, a revolutionary psychological assessment system that teaches people how to
unleash their deepest potentials for success. For free information on how to
succeed as an entrepreneur or coach, create a thriving business and build
your bottom line doing more of what you love, visit www.ACIforCoaches.com.
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A partner at Vega Behavioral Consulting, Ltd., Lynda-Ross specializes in helping entrepreneurs and coaches build dynamite teams and
systems that WORK. For free information on how to succeed as an entrepreneur or coach, visit www.ACIforCoaches.com