Are you a Good Teacher?

As an Entrepreneur, are you a good teacher?

Lessons from a good teacher remain throughout life – whether in business or personal situations. One can often refer back to something that a great teacher taught you and marvel at the teachings, even after many years!

Similarly, bad lessons also stay in one’s memory; however, what would you rather be remembered for?

Good leaders most often inspire their followers not only with the actions they take, but also with what they teach their followers. As a business and Entrepreneurial leader learn to educate your employees the right way to think, and the correct actions will follow for the rest of their lives. Don’t always tell employees what to do, but make them learn how to do it.

Most Entrepreneurs and managers don’t take the time to coach their employees as they claim to be too busy and are focusing on current tasks. For the long term success of your company and as a true leader, it is more important to enlighten your employees so they themselves can be effective at what to do.

Do the Right Things – strive to be a good teacher for your employees.

Ravi Patel

http://www.patelCFOservices.com

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3 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Education and training is ever more important in the business sector. All the more reason to learn more about instructional design, and what it takes to effectively train your employees so as to meet their full potential.

  2. Thx Ravi

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