As an instructor, Ms. Rich-Landis believes that:
Being an instructor is about making lasting impressions that will increase productivity and performance by showing the employees how to be more effective – rather than by attempting to impress the audience with your qualifications and knowledge. Strong instructors transfer knowledge and create new awareness.
A successful instructor teaches the students how to make positive changes and allows the student to find solutions that work for them and their unique situation – rather than laying out a series of mandates and convoluted principles. Students work best when they can adapt solutions to their specific styles and needs.
Writing and speaking is conveying a strong compelling message and allowing the audience to experience a new perspective about their home office – rather than teaching new terminology or theories. Writing and presenting is more effective when the audience is able to clearly hear your message.
Students deserve a delivery and presentation style that is concise, informative, entertaining, and motivating – rather than a dry lecture delivered by a pompous presenter. Students that are engaged are motivated to make positive improvements.