How to behave in training
Provide preliminary training for the training, especially if its topic is new to you. Study theoretical materials, read several books. Make a list of questions and incomprehensible moments that you can ask the coach (coach). Determine for yourself the main goals and objectives that will be solved by the upcoming training.
Prepare a concise, but interesting self-presentation. In a few words, tell about yourself, about your goals, about the company you represent. Try to impress the participants from the first words. Begin to communicate confidently, friendly and original.
Rate the situation at the training. Identify the most interesting and active participants. It is with them that it is advisable to engage in controversy, participate in games, exchange questions. In some cases it is better to perform a passive role, listening to more experienced colleagues.
Try to solve within the framework of the training the particular questions and problems that you are facing. Despite the fact that someone else's experience can be very useful, a detailed analysis of your situation, both by specialists and colleagues in training, can be a starting point for the next stage of your professional development. That is why feel free to offer your examples for consideration and be active where it is welcomed.
React to the statements of other participants of the training, discuss their problems. This is how you can build an effective dialogue with your colleagues and learn from the experience of others.
Try to capture the most interesting moments of the training. Keep a synopsis, make notes on handouts, and if there is a possibility - record what is happening on the recorder or camera. Afterwards you will be able to reproduce the most important moments, work on the errors and analyze various situations.