Taking the time to teach
Written by Mark Breslin
In a high pressure workplace the learning environment can be killed off by pressing urgency and lack of patience. When you were starting off in your career, did people take the time to teach you how to do things? Did they show you the right way? Were they patient; or did they seem irritated by the task?
Teaching takes time and – with certain people – it may sometimes seem to take a lifetime. But teaching someone to do a job or task properly will have a lasting business benefit.
Check out this lesson from my new Construction Professional Video Coaching Series:
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This can also be paired with Mark’s book, Five Minute Foreman: Mastering the People Side of Construction, which can be found in our store.
About this Author
Mark Breslin is an author, speaker, CEO, and influencer inspiring change for workplace success across all levels of business. Mark has improved leadership, accountability, innovation, and engagement for organizations and individuals. He has spoken to more than 400,000 people and published hundreds of thousands of books on leadership and workplace culture. See his work at www.breslin.biz
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Five Minute Foreman Book: https://www.breslin.biz/store/five-minute-foreman/
Professional Construction Leader (PCL) Video Coaching Series: https://www.breslin.biz/pcl