Busy day at the office? When are they not I hear you ask.
Is Job Training an additional task you feel they've lumped onto you? Well
minimizing the negative impact that Job Training has on your schedule
is vital. Job Training, although sometimes useful, is often seen rightly
or wrongly as an imposition. And your job is important.
Thankfully, there are ways that you can reduce the amount
of time Job Training takes from you. This works in two ways:
- If the Job Training is self-study or of a sort of Job Training that
you can finish quickly then leave, Job Training can be done faster and
better. There are ways to do this as you'll see below.
- If the Job Training is seminar or compulsory attendance based, there's
no option but to attend the training. The time must be saved in other
ways. You must save the time in your regular schedule rather than from
the Job Training. IMPOSSIBLE! I hear you say. WRONG.
There are numerous ways to save time from your busy schedule
(either Job Training time or regular work time). Job Training need not
impinge too much on your time. Look at the following ways that have been
proven to work and assist Job Training;
Read faster. If much of your work
or your Job Training is about reading or reviewing information, reading
faster while working or training will help. It is feasible to learn to
read 500-800+ words a minute and still retain good levels of recall and
recognition. IMPOSSIBLE! I hear you say. WRONG. Reading Genius can show
you simple tricks to let you overcome those weaknesses in your work or
Job Training methods. Simple but effective.
Work better, not harder. Many job
training and management books can show you how to make your approach to
work easier. Into the Genius Zone by Ed Strachar is one of the most highly
regarded by professionals worldwide. It could be the difference you're
Managers sometimes forget that a person
is more than a machine. Managers should realize that a body is
nothing without a mind's input. Mental development, development of your
mental potential should be as important as physical Job Training. How
can you enhance your mental development and attitude to work?
Many packages purport to help you develop
your mental potential and improve mental development. Some of them
even work. One of the most widely recognized is The Performer's Edge by
Ed Strachar. In it he shows how you can easily develop your mental potential
and shows how to enhance mental development. Managers take note!
Finally, Job Training shouldn't be seen
as a chore. It's too negative a view to allow you to do well in
your training, AND that Job Training may mean the difference between having
a job next week and not.
Impress your employer, improve with Job Training.