Teaching your guitar students and managing employees have some pretty striking similarities. By taking a closer look at some of the skills you need to be a good manager, you can improve the way you teach guitar lessons, have better student retention and help your guitar students get better results on the instrument.
In this episode I’ll give you several examples of how management skills and teaching skills overlap. I’ll take some key characteristics of a good manager and explain how to apply them to your teaching studio so you can be more successful with everything you do.
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