“Start by doing what’s necessary, then what’s possible and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” St. Francis of Assisi
I made a rookie trainer mistake. Since I have been in training much too long to be considered a rookie, perhaps it would be more accurate to say that I made a poor judgment call.
I have continually proselytized about the importance of limiting the amount of training content based on the available time. Until now, I have had no difficulty telling clients that they must pare down their list of content areas if they want to achieve the desired level of learning in a given time slot.
However, in a recent instance, I didn’t do that. My clients wanted to … Read the rest