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“It is in our brokenness, that our greatest opportunities are revealed.”                                 Dan B. Allender Ph.D, Christian therapist, Author, Professor, and Speaker

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Response: Student’s are not customers; Are they?

A LinkedIn post by , Dean of IE Business School in Spain,  asked the question, Student’s are not customers; Are they? You can view the post here.
Here is my response:
Absolutely. Teachers / Trainers are Salespeople selling the ideas and concepts that they want their Students to buy into and learn. The primary role of the teacher / trainer is to convey the information to their student’s in an easy-to-digest manner (aka Don’t be boring). Even though students are interested in the topic (because they invest their time and money to attend the class), they will not effectively grasp the information taught if they can’t understand it, or can’t stay awake in class.
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I know that my favorite (and most effective) teachers / trainers have sold me on their ideas and concepts. So, I believe that Students are definitely Customers.