Tag Archives: decision making

Torn between two job candidates?

Melody interviewed 10 people for a marketing assistant position, and two of the candidates stood head and shoulders above the rest — Matt and Alicia. Matt, a current employee of the firm, had worked there two years as an administrative … Continue reading

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How sick is too sick to go to work?

A colleague walked into my office. I informed him he looked under the weather, and half-jokingly asked if he was contagious. He replied he didn’t think so. I suggested he make his way over to the ER to make sure. … Continue reading

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Restructuring🌱

Description of learning this quarter _ is still in the process of re-negotiating its contract, by not renewing its foster care beds. The agency is contemplating replacing this contract with a federal contract that will provide safe beds for _ … Continue reading

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Restructuring🌱

Description of the major learning in this area for this quarter _ hosted two focus groups: one for all of its youth that it provides shelter and services to, and the other for all of _ staff. I attended the … Continue reading

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Clarity

I say to people, “You don’t walk down stairs blindfolded, you don’t drive a car blindfolded- why would you want to make massive life—changing decisions when you can’t see what you’re doing? You have to wait for clarity.” So, to … Continue reading

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