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[closed] How can I help determine when people learn best on the job with office management training?

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I am a current business senior with a major of management and an interest in administration. My passion for learning more about management is making me curious to ask more information that will lead me to a higher up role. I would love work in office management and learn more about the office enviornment. As part of being a higher up leader I am told that I will need to figure out the learning styles that others use when doing different tasks. It is common for newer employees to be confused and have a slightly slower performance record if they have not been working as long. If I were a manager, how could I help train others to do their jobs better?

Thank you for sharing your thoughts. #business-administration #leadership #job-coaching #office-administration

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Hi Aimee,
This is a very thoughtful question! Oftentimes you can simply talk to people about how they learn best - what works best for them, what are their preferences, and how can you best help them as a manager? Another way to handle it is to show them things in different ways - maybe on the first day you show someone a written guide on topic X (so they read it) and briefly explain it (so they hear it), then on the second day they watch you do thing X (so they watch it), then on the third day you watch them try it for themselves (so they do it).


For more advice, I'd recommend the posts on "management" at askamanager.org, which is such a great resource for career advice.

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