As a trainer or learning officer, you inherently know the composition of any team or audience includes a wide spectrum of contrasting behavior styles, interests, motivators, and skills. Everyone is unique.

Each individual employee or audience member is unique in their behaviors, attitudes, skills and in the way they think and act. This impacts everything from listening to problem solving to goal achievement to training to how they respond to coaching. Given this diversity, how does one effectively provide training for so many different behavior types?