Special training for teachers and trainers
Whether schools, vocational schools, training companies or associations - all these organisations have a holistic educational mission. A central part of this mission is to promote the intellectual, mental and cognitive development of young people. With the persolog® Teenager Profile, you have a tool at your fingertips that supports you in mastering precisely this important challenge.
Based on the persolog® Personality Factor Model, the Teenager Profile has a concrete goal: to guide young people to self-reflection. "Who am I? What can I do? And where do I want to go? But also: "Why are others so different? And how do I deal with it? These are questions that the teenager profile raises - and which it would like to answer together with you and your young training participants.
Give young people an insight into the world of 4 behavioural dimensions
Help young people to learn more about their own behaviour, discover their strengths, and become aware of how they look to the outside world. Show them that other people have different potentials and how mutual appreciation and interaction of different strengths lead to common success.
How do you do that? You will find this out in the certification for the persolog® Teenager Profile.
Theoretical and mental introduction
The 4 dimensions of behaviour
Additional theory input
As a trainer, teacher or youth leader, you will learn how to
"It is an important task to support - and challenge - people at the beginning of their careers." Dettmar Leu is convinced of this. That's why he wants to make the persolog® Personality Factor Profile tangible, especially for young people, to show them: To discover one's own strengths and to learn to appreciate others in their diversity is the cornerstone for going through life successfully.
You will acquire background and trainer knowledge.
They apply the model to their own person.
It is a practical, directly implementable guide to encouraging teenagers.
A must for all those who work with young people. Helps the young people to give something positive on their way.