Pathways Learning Experience

Pathways Highlights and Benefits

What is a learning path?

Each member will take an assessment which will help determine which path will best help you reach your goals. For instance, a Project Manager might be directed toward Persuasive Influence or Team Collaboration. Each path contains 14 projects across 5 levels. Each level has 2-3 projects, and in levels 3-5 there are electives to choose from so you can customize the more advanced topics. The progress will allow for much more recognition and will build on previous learning and increase in complexity intended in developing competency.

Do I have to follow the path I’m recommended to follow?

No, your path is your path. This is your journey. The recommendation is there to help you get the most out of the program, but it’s still your program. TI anticipates that more members will finish their projects if they are meaningful to them.

What are the 11 paths?

  1. Motivational Strategies
  2. Presentation Mastery
  3. Leadership Development
  4. Innovative Planning
  5. Visionary Communication
  6. Strategic Relationships
  7. Dynamic Leadership
  8. Persuasive Influence
  9. Team Collaboration
  10. Effective Coaching
  11. Engaging Humor

How do I get help or more information?

The best person to ask would be the Vice President of Education!

Here is a website that explains Paths and Projects pretty well:

Paths and Projects


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