“It is not ignorance but knowledge which is the mother of wonder.”
Joseph Wood Krutch
Last week I talked about having the attitude of a student and about the importance of asking questions. This week’s post continues to build on that theme.
What do you wonder about?
Do you wonder about how you can more effectively program officers for success at the subconscious level in training?
Do you wonder how to use video more effectively in training?
Do you wonder how you can get officers more engaged and participative in your training programs?
Do you wonder how to make and use more effective PowerPoint presentations?
Do you wonder how to use stories more effectively in training?
Do you wonder how to improve your platform and speaking skills?
Do you wonder how you can more effectively help students learn?
Do you wonder what books to read, what courses to take, what conferences to attend?
If you answered no to all these questions then you are burned out as a trainer and it is time to move on.
If you answered yes to all or most of them then here are some thoughts:
- Subscribe to this blog so you get the new post every Tuesday morning.
- Go back through past blog posts.
- Join ILEETA.
- Attend the annual ILEETA conference.
- Attend an Excellence in Training Course.
- Take a course in adult education.
- Take a class taught by Tim Janowick and Roy Bethge on generational issues or leadership.
- Telling Ain’t Training By Harold Stolovitch and Erica Keeps
- Police Instructor by Richard Neal
- Nerve By Taylor Clark
- The Art of Learning By Josh Waitzkin
- With Winning in Mind by Lanny Bassham
- Mind Gym by Gary Mack
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