You're a professional. You may be teaching students in a classroom, or supervising employees in an office or a factory or a retail store. You may be a business trainer or an athletic coach. Perhaps you're an advisor or a counselor for a school or a business. Whatever your professional role is, you are fully aware that your own learning is never complete. There are always opportunities for growth, and sometimes those opportunities come in the area of academics. This third volume in the How to Succeed in College series is intended to help you see creative and innovative ways to work better, smarter, and stronger. You want to do this not only with the people around you but to help you understand the world from new perspectives. It sounds simplistic to say that "we want to make the world a better place," but creative and innovative thinkers do strive for that. We hope you'll use this volume of essays to envision what may be - if you look at the world from an angle you haven't yet considered. The authors of the following essays are current and retired faculty in colleges from Hawaii to New Hampshire and points between. They provide unique perspectives on encouraging students in a number of learning situations. Some share personal weaknesses that strengthened their students' abilities. Others share unique experiences that resulted in unexpected and unforeseen opportunities down their professional road. Still others offer more philosophical schematics to encourage viewing your own career from unique perspectives.
How to Succeed in College: Build Your Professional Strengths: Part Three for Teachers and Trainers
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