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to  instruct  others.  You  must  have  a  great  amount  of  knowledge--but  knowledge  is  not  enough. You  must  have  excellent  leadership  ability--but  leadership  ability  is  not  enough.  You  must  care about  the  students  you  instruct--but  caring  is  not  enough.  You  must  be  dedicated  to  the  Navy and  to  helping  others  succeed--but  dedication  is  not  enough.  Your  ability  to  be  efficient  as  well as   effective   requires   you   to   have   all  of  these  qualities  and  to  work  at  continually  improving them. PERSONALITY For   purposes   of   this   discussion,   personality   is   defined   as   the   pattern   of   collective   character, behavioral,  temperamental,  emotional,  and  mental  traits  of  an  individual. To  be  successful  as  an  instructor,  you  must  gain  the  respect  of  your  students  by  displaying a  professional  attitude  toward  others.  Always  show  a  sincere  interest  in  all  of  your  students regardless  of  their  race,  geographical  heritage,  or  level  of  intellect.  Remain  constantly  aware that  students  will  be  influenced  by  your  behavior  and  the  example  you  set  both  in  and  out  of the   training   environment. As   with   most   professions,   instructors   must   adhere   to   certain   rules   of   conduct   in   the performance  of  their  duties.  The  following  are  some  of  the  rules  of  conduct  you  should  follow: n  If  you  do  not  know  an  answer,  admit  it.   Do  not  bluff.  At  times,  questions  will  arise that  you  will  not  be  able  to  answer.  Find  the  correct  answer  at  the  earliest  opportunity; then   provide   the   information   to   the   class   as   soon   as   practical. 9   Keep   your   remarks   professional   and   appropriate   to   the   classroom.   Do  not  use profanity  or  obscenity.  Use  of  profane  or  obscene  language  is  one  of  the  fastest  ways  to lose   the   respect   of   your   students. n   Be   patient. Be  aware  that  not  all  people  learn  in  the  same  way  or  at  the  same  rate. While   you   may   easily   become   frustrated   with   a   person   who   is   having   difficulty   with seemingly   simple   material,   never   allow   your   frustration   to   show.   If   all   else   fails,   take   a break  to  cool  off,  or  consult  with  other  instructors  to  find  another  approach  to  resolve  the difficulty.  Remember,  in  the  majority  of  situations,  students  are  sincerely  trying  to understand  what  is  being  taught.  Your  job  is  to  find  a  way  to  help  them. n   Maintain   rapport   with   students.   The  use  of  sarcasm  is  another  way  to  lose  the  respect of  your  students.  Sarcasm,  whether  it  is  directed  at  one  individual  or  the  entire  group,  is never   appropriate. =   Treat   students   with   respect.   All  of  the  individuals  you  train  should  feel  you  have  a sincere  interest  in  their  efforts  to  learn. Although  your  students  will  not  have  your knowledge  or  experience,  you  should  think  of  them  as  being  physically,  mentally,  and emotionally    mature. 10

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