How Personality Reflects Employee Preferred Learning Strategies and Preferred Motivators? A Study of Employees in International Tourist Hotels in Taiwan

By Hsu-I Huang and Rita C. Kolody.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This study attempted to elaborate on and clarify the relationships among employees’ personality types, preferred learning strategies and preferred motivators in international tourist hotels in Taiwan.

Keywords: Personality, Learning Strategies, Intrinsic Motivators, Extrinsic Motivators, Work Stress

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp.251-258. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 844.441KB).

Dr. Hsu-I Huang

Hsu-I Huang has taught Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts for 8 years in the universities in Taiwan and is an EDD candidate of Idaho State University with concertration in Human Resource Traning and Development now.

Dr. Rita C. Kolody

ATLAS is a multidisciplinary, valid and reliable, user-friendly instrument that addresses the variety of learning strategy preferences adults use to manage knowledge. Due to the generalizability of the instrument, ATLAS has been translated into several languages and continues to be used in a variety of collaborative research projects that focus on this line of inquiry. Since 1997, ATLAS has been used as the research instrument for 26 doctoral dissertations throughout North America. ATLAS is functional in the classroom and in the workplace as a tool to assist learners and educators in understanding how learning strategy preferences can help students manage their personal knowledge development processes in a variety of content areas. For the teacher, this can also be beneficial in the selection of appropriate delivery methods as well as in the development of techniques that integrate new technologies in the teaching/learning transaction.


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