Kenekts Global's purpose is to assist gifted professionals who have a desire to share their knowledge and wisdom with the world using an online platform.
1. Communicate Clear Strategy and Direction
Peak results hinge on everyone having clarity about the direction and understanding of the strategy to achieve it.
2. Inspire and Motivate
Most of us want to make a positive difference in our work in the world. Instructors who can inspire and generate commitment, passion and enthusiasm in their students excel at creating a positive learning environment and successful product.
3. Establish Stretch Goals
Setting stretch goals that your students except can get them to work harder and raise the bar. When stretch goals are collaboratively set with the student, amazing things happen! Learning becomes fun! Everyone is all in. You and your students both feel valued and competent.
4. Exhibit High Integrity and Inspire Trust
If an instructor who is not trusted sets stretch goals, students often assume that their instructor is manipulating and taking advantage of them. A trusted instructor's motives are beyond reproach. The critical component of building positive relationships with others is to be trusted. To be trusted, instructors need to “walk their talk” and never asked their students to do something they are not willing to do themselves.
5. Develop Others
Instructors who care about the development of their students and take time to develop them reap the benefits and the results produced. Students will become far more productive. Most people want to develop new skills and competencies. Instructors who focus on helping students grow are always viewed positively. Developing others has a twofold impact of evaluating performance and creating a fun, engaging culture. It also attracts more people who want to work in this environment.
6. Are Coachable
Instructors who resist feedback are much like the emperors with no clothes. Since they do not seek or want feedback, people do not speak up, problems slip through the cracks, and deadlines are missed. However, if an instructor seeks feedback and is receptive to advise, colleagues nor students will not standby if they see that the instructor is about the make the same mistake. Instructors who ask for feedback from others and from their students make improvements and are highly respected. Their coachability is an example to everyone.
We'd love to talk to you about co-creating an eCourse if you have at least four of the above listed preferred instructor traits, plus:
A clean email list of at least 5,000 names
At least 10,000 combined followers across at least two active social media platforms
If that’s you, contact us to discuss!