STG 091 : How To Resolve Conflicts With Your Guitar Students


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Experiencing conflict with one of your students is pretty rare, but it definitely happens. When it comes to resolving conflict with difficult guitar students, an ounce or prevention is worth a pound of cure: it’s a LOT easier to use good student retention practices to prevent problems from ever happening than to try and do damage control or resolve them after things get ugly.

In this episode, I’ll talk about some good ways to prevent conflict in your teaching studio and consequently, improve your student retention rates. I’ll also get into some effective ways to deal with conflict when it’s unavoidable and hopefully still save the teaching relationship and KEEP that student as your customer.

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STG 091 : How To Resolve Conflicts With Your Guitar Students was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Donnie Schexnayder