and want to shine brighter than the sun. Now is the time that you need to be focusing more on recruiting and teaching than selling your products. It can be an exciting time for you but it can also be nerve wrecking to have to switch from selling products to recruiting and training. Relax, if you are prepared, you will be fine. Mistakes will happen but if you review the mistakes and improve. You will be brighter for the next round of training.
Preparation for your first training session is the most important aspect for new trainers. This is where you have to be ready to handle questions and concerns of your members. You will have to have your training resources ready for deployment. An unprepared instructor will cause more problems than bad training materials. Before you start training, you should gather your materials careful, review them and prepare them to be distributed. Take your time with the course, you should use videos, Power Points and written content that is designed to reinforce the ideas of your business. You will be a
success in the end.
Your videos should be easy to view, updated with current information or created from the ground up. You may want to share life stories and events that happened to you. Most people can view the videos in Windows Player but find a common format across the spectrum for them to download the file in. Power Points are great slow down tools to help you stress important parts of the business. Do not forget to use appropriate images along with short bursts of text. The next step is to have written text in a form of articles or a workbook of some sort. They can do a self-assessment or turn in the book for you to review their answers.
Teaching them in a variety of styles will ensure that they understand the materials. Your
experience will come in handy. Submerging your members in a variety of ways will balance out in the end. You can follow up later with questions and present ideas in an easier manner. There are different learning styles that you have to consider, some trainers only provide one means to meet the needs of their business. Keep your eyes and ears open to the news of your members.