Technique or Time to Finish Evolution
I am curious. What do you feel is more important in training? Is technique or the time to finish an evolution more important? Also, when a superior tells the group that if you don't make any improvements in your time that you will have issues with him and the Chief, and that if improvement does not continue you may be looking at losing your job, do you consider this ethical? Is not the idea of training to help any individual to improve without the fear of losing his or her job?
Myself, I have always felt that technique is more important and that when technique is learned speed will automatically follow. Most everyone wants to improve thier performance anyway. I do not feel that threatening a person is a good way to get what you want accomplished. This job is stressful enough we don't need any added stresses.
That is how I feel, so I would like to hear what others think on the subject. Thanks.