Posts tagged with Delivery (3)

My Remote Teaching Station

May 7, 2020   Martin Jones
I built a remote teaching station.

For most of my training career, I have delivered courses to audiences in the same room. I have always favoured local delivery because the experience is far better for all. Coronavirus has made that view irrelevant for now; delivery has to be remote.

I made myself feel better by building a remote teaching station.

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One Brain, Three Tasks

April 10, 2020   Martin Jones
An instructor's brain does three things while teaching.

When you first start training, your brain probably does just one thing — deliver the training. If you only occasionally deliver training, that’s sufficient. But, if you train often enough, you can expect your brain to potentially perform a total of three tasks.

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The Politician's Answer

March 30, 2020   Martin Jones
Don't avoid a question by answering a different question.

Have you ever been in a training session and asked a question, or seen a question asked, only to have the instructor answer a different question?

Maybe it was an accident, but there is a chance that it was deliberate. The trainer gave a politician’s answer.

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