Vak Self-audit: Visual, Auditory, And Kinesthetic Communication And Learning Styles: Exploring…

Paperback | June 1, 2011

byBrian E. WalshEditorRonald Willard, Astrid Whiting

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All of us communicate and learn in our own unique ways. Understanding your own profile will help you improve your interaction with colleagues, family, friends, and even complete strangers. What you'll find in this book can make a dramatic difference in your life. All you have to do is discover the concepts, do a bit of practice, and then complete the self-audit. Once you understand the different profiles, you can get your point across in a way that people will understand, establish rapport quickly to facilitate smother interactions, absorb information with greater ease and comprehension, and enhance your leadership skills and accelerate your career.

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All of us communicate and learn in our own unique ways. Understanding your own profile will help you improve your interaction with colleagues, family, friends, and even complete strangers. What you'll find in this book can make a dramatic difference in your life. All you have to do is discover the concepts, do a bit of practice, a...

Born in the U.K. and raised near Montreal, Brian Walsh was a journalist and broadcaster before joining a major international company. For much of his 30-year career he was involved in human resources, specifically training.  While living in the arctic, Brian studied anthropology and Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP). Those experiences ...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:44 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.09 inPublished:June 1, 2011Publisher:Walsh SeminarsLanguage:English

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Confusion and misunderstandings happen for many reasons. The message sent is not necessarily the one received. People communicate, both verbally and nonverbally, in a diversity of styles. It’s almost as if they’re speaking different languages to each other. There are many communication models. This particular one, from the field of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), is commonly known as VAK (Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic). This book includes a fourth profile. In NLP terms, it is known as Auditory Digital (Ad). In this text, to better describe what’s happening, I call it Internal Dialogue (Id). That also avoids confusion with ADD, a term not commonly known when NLP was originally developed. The full VAK-Id model is quite detailed, so in this book I will provide just a brief overview. Please keep in mind that, as with other models, all of us possess varying mixtures of all profiles. Knowing how these styles differ can help you put your ideas across more clearly, and give your point of view greater acceptance. As well, you’ll have a better handle on the messages people are sending and saying to you. It just makes sense to learn and use these skills.  Once you understand the different profiles, you can get your point across in a way that people will understand. You will establish rapport more quickly to facilitate smoother interactions and absorb information with greater ease and comprehension. As well, you will enhance your leadership skills and accelerate your career advancements.