A new article by Gary Jordan, PhD. and Lynda-Ross Vega of Vega Behavioral Consulting entitled “The 6 Perceptual Styles, What We Value and How We See the World: the Activity Style” sheds new light on this fascinating subject, offering deep insights from the fields of psychology, business development and more. To view the full article, visit http://www.yourtalentadvantage.com .
In it, readers will meet “Frank,” an active, dynamic character who’s always on the go. To Frank, the world is a dynamic and exciting place full of experience, connections, and relationships. He represents Activity, a Perceptual Style innate to 1/6th of the human population, regardless of class, culture or race.
Because he perceives the world’s patterns and connections to be in a constant state of flux, Frank believes he cannot absorb the richness of an experience unless he is engaged and participating in it. For this reason, people like Frank tend to find observation and analysis dull and lifeless.
In this article, readers will discover:
• The salient characteristics of the Perceptual Style known as Activity
• What motivates people who fall into this category
• Strengths and weaknesses of the Activity Perceptual Style, in both work and relationships
• Situations that allow people like Frank to thrive, and contexts those like him are likely to find frustrating
• And more!
People like Frank of the Activity style are dynamic, complex characters that can easily be misunderstood by those who have a contrasting Perceptual Style. But building a team within the context of work and career often means assembling people who are “differently abled” to accomplish different types of tasks, making this information especially important for managers and business coaches.
For team-leaders, managers, coaches, psychologists and students of human nature from all walks of life, this article—presented in a clearly written, intuitive and easy-to-understand format—will offer clear insights into the nuances and differences in human perception and behavior.
This article is based on the Perceptual Style Theory (which incorporates and builds upon the theories of psychological visionaries such as Carl Jung, Willhelm Reich and others) and is the first in a series of articles detailing all 6 innate Perceptual Styles.
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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 more details, please visit http://www.yourtalentadvantage.com .