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.Read more
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.Read more
Managing a large team of instructors, as you might find in a graduate training programme, requires planning to make sure that the right instructor is with the right group, for the right topic, and in the right region. This is challenging enough in stable environments, but training programmes can be highly dynamic, and plans may need to be altered on the ground. Understanding a trainer’s flexibility is therefore critical.Read more