mistrain

mistrain

(ˌmɪsˈtreɪn)
vb (tr)
to train or guide incorrectly
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Hire the wrong salesperson, or mistrain a particular marketer, or fail to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a customer service rep, and all your best CRM efforts are for naught.
The company, this manager claimed, purposefully mistrained accounting staff and saddled them with impossible tasks so the work could not be done in time and the contract would need to be extended.
That's because their palates have been trained (or mistrained) by human food...
Spiritually, they didn't care about the work because they'd been mistrained. They'd been mistrained because their equipment was so heavy and complicated that it made it impossible to shoot in situations where you could really capture reality.''
(to my mind) is that teachers were mistrained in teaching reading, and this has been made worse by the National Literacy Strategy etc.