Be most interested in finding the best way, not in having your own way.“
The best way and your way may be the same, but not necessarily.
The best way is what is best for the participants in your program. The best way creates the most engaging learning environment.
Your way sometimes, is what is best for you.
The best way involves better practices and next practices, not best practices.
The best way requires you to set aside your emotional attachment to what you have created and objectively assess your program.
The best way requires you ask questions about what you are doing and why you are doing it.
The best way requires getting someone from outside your unit to have a look at what you are doing and ask questions about what you are doing and why you are doing it.
The best way requires you to set your ego aside and focus on what is best for the learner.
Finding the best way takes work. Finding the best way takes time. Finding the best way is a process of continual evolution and tweaking to make it better.
The best way however, is worth the work. The best way changes lives and saves lives.
Thank you. If you are reading this I know you are committed to finding the best way.
Thought Leader, Catalyst for Change, Speaker, Author and a Man With Many Questions
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