Recently there have come up many instances of auditors asking odd non-process questions while „doing a process” and giving odd orders.
Example: While running a process an auditor also kept asking, „Is your attention on something else?”
This is of course a daffy thing to do. The auditor’s TRs or metering go out. Then the auditor badgers the pc with strange irrelevant questions. These are distractions, nothing more nor less. Not all the silly questions in the world substitute for lack of TRs and proper metering. A question about „What else are you doing?” does not substitute for having by-passed an F/N or running an uncharged item.
Giving Orders that are not part of any process is very bad.
Example: Auditor has missed a read, by-passed an F/N and goofing it generally. Pc gets dull, disinterested. Auditor says, „Come back into the room!”
Evaluation fits into this set of bad tricks. Like, „You are really OT you know. You just think you’re aberrated.” Or „You better tell the Examiner you are really Clear.” Or „You are in pretty bad shape unless you can see the whole building.” These of course are suppressive Evaluations.
In 1950 there was a general observation. All auditors talk too much.
As we seem to be in a period of additive questions and comments, the observation can be made again.
Muzzled auditing means stating only the model session patter and Commands and TRs. It always gets the best results.
Do not add a lot of questions or orders to a session to cover up goofs in standard tech.
Standard Tech works. Use it and it only.