7 things the top person should know ~Teaching series~

7 things the top person should know ~Teaching series~

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This time, I will write an article entitled “Seven Things to Know on Top”.
The experience of standing on a person in society is something that everyone experiences.
Not only those who have been promoted and have job titles, but if you have juniors, even if they are side by side on the organization chart, you should educate and teach the juniors in various ways.
I would like to be able to tell you the difficulties of teaching something to others and what you need to know.

Someone who is different from you

Have you ever been kind enough to tell me “don’t worry”? What kind of emotion do you have at that time?
“Don’t you misunderstand this thing?
I guess you are feeling.
Human beings have their own personalities and have different ways of thinking. However, trying to move with your feelings and ideas is impossible.
You and your subordinates, and people and people, have different perspectives on the same thing with no misunderstanding.
For example, suppose you have a thick book and read it halfway.
A, who likes reading, has read half of the book and has only half. However, B who doesn’t like reading has finally read half, and feels that there is still another half left.
The first person who says “don’t worry” may not want to listen because you hate it, but may want to solve it on their own.
If you can think so, you can take another approach, right?
Instead of teaching kindly from 1 to 10, “I can only give hints and help the other party solve the problem.”
Those who stand on top must be sensitive not only to their own thoughts but also to those of the other person. The important thing is to know and be interested.

education

I think there are various styles of teaching and teaching.
For example, a style that you take to the last responsibility without telling 1 to 10 and thinking about something.
For example, you have to tell them what to do, create a timing to think about it, and take the last responsibility together.
For example, they don’t teach anything, let them think about what to do on their own, and take on the last responsibility.
I think there are different types of work and different forms. However, the teaching style that those who truly stand up should seek is to enable the other person to “think and act on their own.” However, it is important to help them when they need them, watching them with warm eyes rather than leaving them alone.
“Rather than teaching and doing anything, help others to think and act on their own.” This is what you need to be aware of in education.

Learning and raising

What does teaching and educating someone mean to produce results?
Of course, those who are taught and educated can “grow up with knowledge and experience.”
In fact, teaching and educating, “There is a fact behind the scenes.”
When you teach or educate your subordinates to work, you will think back and organize various things, such as the content and flow of work, points to note and joy, and communicate it to the other party.
It’s a self-reflection of your work and your personal growth.
“Teaching and educating someone has led to your own growth.” That means that teaching and educating is for you. If you know this, the difficulty and pain of teaching will change. Because half is done for you so you don’t waste it.

Observe

The key to teaching someone something is knowing about them.
As I wrote earlier, you and your partner have different values ​​and ways of thinking. Neither you teach nor the ones you teach are good, and you cannot produce good results.
As a person standing on the top, you have to observe your opponent and know your opponent from movements and words.
There is a big difference between not observing the other person and not knowing it at all and observing the other person even a little and knowing what kind of action you are doing and what kind of story you are talking about.
Don’t hesitate to observe and make an effort to know the other person. As a result, you can feel “I see.”

Do not blame people

Even if you learn about someone and educate them, they may not do what you envision. You may make mistakes or problems. Don’t blame your opponent at such times.
“That’s what you told me, you’re really a bad guy.” If you’re denied like this, you’ll give advice later, but the other person won’t be willing to listen to you.
“It’s not the people who are to blame but the problems.”
“Isn’t it a bad teaching method?” “I couldn’t remember it. I’ll teach it again.” “What should I do if the next thing happens?”
It is the ideal response of those who stand on a person to “blame the problem” instead of blaming the person as in etc.

What not to teach

As I say many times, “you who teach” and “the person you teach” are different people and have different ideas and thoughts.
From the point of view of the teacher, I want to teach everything I need because I know everything. Once you have taught all the details at once, you will be satisfied that you have taught everything and it’s okay!
However, the person being taught does not know anything. Can you remember a large amount of information at once without knowing anything, even with detailed information?
Some have the ability to remember everything in an instant, but most cannot. As a result, mistakes and problems are more likely to occur.
What do you teach at the beginning and not? What do you teach next and make the rest of your own thinking? Those who stand on such a point must sort out and communicate.
Those who stand on top of “teaching and not teaching” must know.

Tension is good

You will be nervous when it comes to teaching someone something.
“If I tell you something wrong …” “It’s embarrassing to teach face to face …”
Everyone thinks so.
You don’t have to hide what you’re nervous about. Being nervous means being aware of that matter.
It is important to “prepare” to reduce any tension. There should be plenty of preparation to make materials to teach and practice communicating.
If you prepare well before teaching, you should be able to get yourself a little. If you’re still nervous, say first to your teacher.
Doing so and saying, “I’m nervous.” Because it is, it does not become weird air.
Once you know that, you will naturally be less nervous.
Those who stand on top need to know that tension is not a bad thing.

Finally

Someone who teaches something to others, and who educates subordinates and juniors. I wrote this article for such people.
There are many things that you need to know before standing on a person before you stand on a person. Knowing these things and not knowing them will greatly change the outcome of both the teaching side and the teaching side.
Please read it over and over and make it your own.
The way of teaching is going to write a little more specific content in the series.
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