“A good teacher…is understanding of needs and challenges and gives tools to help other people succeed.” Justin Trudeau
As facilitative trainers, it is our responsibility to help our participants discover WHAT to do in certain types of situations and WHEN and WHY it is important. But our most significant task is to help them discover HOW to implement their new knowledge and skills.
For example, we can provide a checklist for how to conduct a meeting that indicates the do’s and don’ts. If one of the items on the checklist is “ensure no one dominates the conversation,” our participants need to know HOW to do that. Should they sit on the offending dominators, tell them to shut up, ask them … Read the rest “Tip #761: The HOW is Important”