In his previous Cloning Instructors report, “Game Changer” Chris Rappold of Personal Best Karate shared valuable insights into developing an instructor’s physical abilities.
In Part 2, he focuses on the importance of developing an instructor’s mental and emotional abilities.
According to Mr. Rappold, “Looking at each ability separately helps you ensure that the instructor training you provide is resulting in a broad, complete program that will lead your instructors to great performance in the classroom.”
In his school, he strives to develop the following six black belt principles in his instructors (not just his students):
- Self Control
- Indomitable Spirit
In his report, Mr. Rappold gives you numerous ideas that you can use to develop these same qualities within YOUR instructors.
“The goal is to give your instructors the tools they need to have a powerful impact on the students (and parents) inside your school. Also, it is to help you expand your school’s influence within your community,” he adds.
This GCI special report will help you accomplish exactly that!This content is for members only.
According to “Game Changer” Chris Rappold, “You implement an instructor training program that builds on achieving progress in the three fundamental areas. They are:
1. Physical attributes (fitness and martial arts)
2. Mental and emotional maturity
3. Communication and influence skills
In order to have a great instructor—you must have all three of these fundamental areas working as one, during every class.”
In Part 1 of this three-part GCI special report series, Mr. Rapppold shares his ideas for maximizing the physical fitness and martial arts performance of your instructors. He even provides an outline for an instructor training class that focuses on the physical.
Download the PDF below and begin implementing Mr. Rappold’s strategy at your school today.
According to Master Michael Mershad, Leadership comes down to service.
And there are four main areas that you can “serve” in and out of your school. They include:
1. Listening to your students
2. Ask your parents
3. Raise awareness
If you want to be a more effective servant leader, so you can add value to what you do for your students, then you must watch this segment.
Also, be sure to review the PDF below and complete all of the recommended action steps.
By the way, this is EXCELLENT material for your next staff meeting.