I have a question do you feel that because a person has a higher rank then you, are they always right ie should you just be quiet and never question your seniors?
I have always stood for what I believe in and said if I think somthing is wrong, and I encourage my members to challange things I may say as that is what 'NON POLICTICAL IS' My master was questioned many times over the years by me he did not like it - and his respect grew as he new I was not one to just say yes I accept that.
A wrong is a wrong and somtimes the seniors MUST be accountable for what they may say and have done, if you think I dont agree surly you must take them to the side and say so, this way you get a reason and you get a sullution.
Rank should not mean you can not speak out or ask questions as long as you do it in private and with respect in place.
are human and therefore will make mistakes and also forget facts &
If he does
not catch the mistake himself, but a junior does, the junior should bring it to
the senior/trainerís attention.If at
all possible this should be on a one-on-one basis.However, corrections to a senior should be always
tactful and respectful.
error was made publicly, then the admission of error and correction should be
made publicly to those previously present.
junior makes, what he thinks is, a correction on the senior/trainer in public
but then realizes he was wrong and that the senior/trainer was in fact right,
then the junior should admit this and apologize to the trainer publicly in the
presence of those previously present.
correcting a mistake made in public, though difficult, is a measure of oneís