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Thinking Styles has been used successfully in many situations and we are starting to build a library of case studies to reflect this.

Case studies which are currently available include:

(1) "Entering the Customer's World"
Customer Focus Workshop for BP/Amoco: presented by independent Licensed Associate, Graham Shaw.
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(2) "Better Teamwork Through Two-Way Mapping"
A brief description of how two-way mapping worked for one of our Licensed Associates and her colleague.
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(3) "Performance Coaching Using Thinking Styles"
Performance coaching is different from executive or personal coaching in its focus on specifically improved performance by direct action.  After using Thinking Styles, Julie Crane, a potential Olympic high jumper for the 2008 Olympics, not only jumped a personal best, but she achieved it under the stress of competition conditions.
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(4) "Management Mentoring using Think Smart"
The principle of Cognitive Pairing underpins this successful mentoring programme. Matching similarities and differences in the thinking styles of the participants leads to successful mentoring relationships and lasting empathy through shared values.  Identifying peoples' thinking style preferences using Think Smart was the major factor in the programme's success
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(5) "Developing high performing teams"
Using the psychometric instrument Cognitive Team Roles helped a newly formed team within the public sector to understand its strengths and weaknesses. The team identified the need to recruit an additional member of the team, ensuring that they had the thinking style preferences the other team members lacked. 
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(6) "Developing Excellence in Leadership"
A County Council used the cognitive psychometric Thinking Styles within its leadership development programme to help their leaders understand more about their individual strengths and weaknesses, to accept how the thinking style preferences of themselves and their colleagues affected their working relationships and to develop excellence in their quality of thinking. 
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