I am about to do a 2-month corporate training job in Urumqi. Of course, I want to learn every tactic I can to make the class spectacular, because the stakes are quite high (financially and career-wise).
I will be asking a lot of questions. This thread is, what tactics can I do to keep morale high?
Clients will be tired after a long day at work. We need to get them better.
The stakes and financials are high for you. Good for you. So those of us who ACTUALLY have Corporate Training experience; What's in it for us? I have the impression from your previous posts that YOUR experience is in trying to promote Chinese middle school students' families to send their kids to American universities (preferably Ivy League schools). Am I wrong?
Promoting educational exchanges is a whole kettle of fish different from doing Corporate Training. But you got one thing right in both sectors: "Clients will be tired after a long day of work.' True dat.
Leave the professional corporate training to the professionals. You seem to try to carve out a new niche for yourself in China every 2-3 months.
You have the credibility of, say, Trump. No idea what you're doing, or why? Unlike Trump, though, in your defense,You're not shy about asking for advice. But unlike Trump you offer us very little motivation to help you. Instead of saying you want to make education in China great again, you constantly ask: "Help me make my "job du jour" great.
As Trump would prolly say, if he was a member of this group: 'What do you bring to the table?'As I said earlier: So for those of us who ACTUALLY have Corporate Training experience. What's in it for us to help you? Too, we spend a lot of time and effort on our lessons (always paid for, and often contractually-bound with non-disclosure. Leave the professional corporate training to the professionals. Go back to your Ivy League Cave