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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Trainers' Qualities

Exceptional Trainers are Different than So So Trainers; Engage Them

  • There is a vast difference between the exceptional or great trainers and the average or below average (the so so trainers).
  • It is hard to find the great or exceptional trainers. Organizations need to put in efforts to locate the right trainers.
  • Generally, organizations are tempted to employ or contract the so so trainers since they charge much less than the exceptional trainers.
  • But training employees the right way is a serious business and organizations should not act penny wise pound foolish.
  • Employees' training is a long term investment whose returns are enormous only if the trainees are exceptionally trained.
  • And that is possible only by training your employees under the guidance of exceptionally great trainers. Even if their professional fees are far more than the so so trainers, it is prudent to invest in that kind of trainer with that kind of professional fee because of very high returns on this investment.
  • Winning team is always trained by an ace coach.

Qualities of Exceptional/Great Trainers

  • Has generosity of sharing his knowledge with the people.
  • Feels happy in development and growth of the people he trains.
  • Comes fully prepared for every session.
  • Practices delivery of his sessions.
  • Has complete mastery over his subject knowledge.
  • Exudes authority in his subjects.
  • Exudes confidence about himself.
  • Exudes enthusiasm.
  • Creates a conducive environment for learning.
  • Motivates learners to learn.
  • Creates a conducive environment for teaching.
  • Knows his audience very well.
  • Sets out the objectives of the sessions and the take aways by the trainees.
  • Designs and develops the syllabus as per the learning needs and audience profile.
  • Organizes the session plan effectively.
  • Delivers the topic in simple to understand and simple to retain manner for every participant.
  • Is a very good communicator.
  • Maintains the authenticity of the topic throughout his delivery.
  • Facilitates learning with lots of creativity.
  • Is adept in all the training methodologies like lectures, discussions, case study, role play, management game, sensitivity training, introspecting questionnaires, individual and group exercise, question-answer.
  • Uses the modern technology hardware and software for teaching with ease.
  • Promotes active learning by eliciting learners' participation.
  • Encourages questions from the audiences and provides correct and satisfactory answers.
  • Maintains patience with the learners.
  • Is empathic towards the learners.
  • Maintains discipline and decorum in training sessions.
  • Is result focused. Makes sure that objectives of the training sessions are met.
  • Ensures that the learning can be easily implemented by the trainees in their professional and personal life.
  • Does not brag about himself to the audience.
  • Does not please the audience just for getting popularity or to make them feel good.
  • Willing to appreciate different viewpoints on the subject matter he teaches from audience and from various other people and then deliver the subject in the most authentic way.
  • Brings in humor in the session occasionally if appropriate or pertinent and infuses lightness in the session but never makes mistake of using the session as a jokes telling session.
  • Adheres to the time management of the session.

IQ Test Scores: The Basics of IQ Score Interpretation

IQ stands for intelligence quotient. Supposedly, it is a score that tells one how “bright” a person is compared to other people. The average IQ is by definition 100; scores above 100 indicate a higher than average IQ and scores below 100 indicate a lower that average IQ. Theoretically, scores can range any amount below or above 100, but in practice they do not meaningfully go much below 50 or above 150.

Half of the population have IQ’s of between 90 and 110, while 25% have higher IQ’s and 25% have lower IQ’s:

Apparently, the IQ gives a good indication of the occupational group that a person will end up in, though not of course the specific occupation. In their book, Know Your Child’s IQ, Glen Wilson and Diana Grylls outline occupations typical of various IQ levels:

140Top Civil Servants; Professors and Research Scientists.
130Physicians and Surgeons; Lawyers; Engineers (Civil and Mechanical)
120School Teachers; Pharmacists; Accountants; Nurses; Stenographers; Managers.
110Foremen; Clerks; Telephone Operators; Salesmen; Policemen; Electricians.
100+Machine Operators; Shopkeepers; Butchers; Welders; Sheet Metal Workers.
100-Warehousemen; Carpenters; Cooks and Bakers; Small Farmers; Truck and Van Drivers.
90Laborers; Gardeners; Upholsterers; Farmhands; Miners; Factory Packers and Sorters.

Who am I. My IQ is 91... ok... where did i end up... There are few things we will never understand...
I am a Stenographer, a Trainer, and tomorrow... DESTINY...

No one can change your DESTINY...

Jai Ho...