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Trainer Kathy Galleher on Using Style Matters

Consultant Oma Drawas on Using Style Matters

What Trainers Say About Style Matters

 These infographics show trainers two options for getting users to Style Matters.

As a trainer you can use two different paths for providing pre-paid access to Style Matters users.  Both allow you to track who has taken the assessment.  Coupon Access requires no setup time for the trainer. The Dashboard has more tools to manage the user experience but takes 30-60 seconds per user to setup and manage.

Coupon Code Access

 

Dashboard

 

Choose Coupons if your priority is minimal setup. You just send out an email with instructions and the access code to your users, and they show up in your workshop with score report in hand. It has one function in addition to getting users to the inventory quickly and easily: You can monitor who has taken the inventory with the Coupon Manager. Your only time requirement as trainer is editing the suggested text we send you to forward to your users and emailing it to them.
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Choose Dashboard if your priority is ability to manage user experience. You can see all your users on the dashboard and delay delivery of the score report to users, view score reports, print, and email them; monitor who has taken and not taken the inventory, send reminder notes with a single click, create aggregated score reports for a group, etc.

Unlike the Coupon Manager, the Dashboard requires you to input user names and emails into the dashboard (manually or via file upload). Expect to invest 30-60 seconds per user into setting up and managing the dashboard.
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Optimize for learning

Train with tools designed by trainers and optimized for learning. Direct attention beyond numbers to core strengths, opportunities for growth, and strategic choices.

Prepare for diversity

Build conflict resolution skills in settings where managing differences is challenging. Use training tools with built-in cultural flexibility. Provide opportunities to discuss how diverse backgrounds shape habits in conflict.

Be practical

Ground learning in affirmation of existing strength. Give clear, simple feedback on areas of concern. Provide detailed suggestions for options to improve.

Be stress aware

Calm≠Storm. Recognize response to conflict as dynamic and not single state.  Give tools to manage the Storm Shift.

Be where they are

Provide multi-platform delivery of training. Support groups and teams scattered physically and working together online. Use time-saving web tools to facilitate learning for individuals, teams, or groups, in face-to-face workshops or online.

Work with limits

Price training materials in reach of all who need them. Reduce prep, coordination, and delivery time with trainer-friendly online tools. Deliver rich learning, on location or online, in less time, with less travel.

Take a long view

Expand the window of learning and support reflection before, during, and after workshops. Set up rich discussion in pairs, small groups, and large groups. Followup with resources for continued growth.  Facilitate journeys, not events.