9/28/2015 Training and Consistency To stay consistent with your training success, there does not have to be a "one size fit all" format. The strength of retention is to convey a message that there is not only one way to reach the goal. The goal needs to be consistent with and staying within the scope … Continue reading Training and Consistency
Training and communication Communication, is the gel that holds all things together. Verbal is by far most effective, when presented with a goal in mind. Body language is left to the receiver to make the assessments to intent, important, however not the best choice in appraising. When communicating the desired behavior, a supervisor needs to … Continue reading Training and communication
Training and feedback. Feedback takes on many forms. One must be aware that feedback exists before any value can be attached, If you take all things in consideration, any reaction to your action is feedback. When accepting negative feedback, and not rationalizing the reason, all feedback could make the difference as to the feedback's value. … Continue reading Training and feedback.
9/25/2015 Training and Support. When taking the time to learn a skill, a student tales action with each module of the course, then expected to answer questions on information and preferred action, suggested. With that in place, the student should be able to make better decisions based on information retained. Simple Right? In the real … Continue reading Training and Support.
Training and direction. Direction may be many things, with many roads with many forks. If looking for a simple term, look at "Win-Win". Winning, as an emotion, could be perceived as being able to smile about something. A smile may be an act of feeling good. Attaining the "Win-Win", takes a little reminding that a … Continue reading Training and direction.
9/23/2015 Training is important to serve many purposes. Two are to help in retention of staff and to ensure strong Customer Service, for Customer retention. Most companies have spent large amounts of money in getting the training to employees. There seems to be a trend to a culture value that is just something to make … Continue reading Training makes the difference.
The mundane chores, seem to get in the way of doing what is important. All too often, there seems to be something that gets in the way of progress, and trips up your direction. These little annoyances do become frustrating, however, keeping on track will help to maintain control. Keep doing what needs to be … Continue reading The easy way out.
In this day in age, when all is given, and none earned, we find the issue of being a brain surgeon shortly after we learn to stick tape on a wound. Lucky for us, this is not true in the medical field. There are, in-place, checks and balances to keep the hacks out of the … Continue reading What happened to the steps of progression?
When there is a idea, thread, or goal in sight, all motivation comes from the self. However, there seems to be other factors, to widen the scope and direction of the said idea, thread, or goal. The mind works in such a fashion, that things begin to get more "out there", which makes thing impossible … Continue reading Encouragement, the ultimate “motivator”.
Today, there is a problem. On Facebook, a post showed a row of skeletons, each had a tag as to who they were, "black, white, Christian, Jew, and so on". As observed they all looked alike. The point was that we are all the same. To take one more step, you could put the rest … Continue reading Where are the answers?