“Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.”
Of course people are not surprised when YOU do the right thing. More often than not you are the person who does the right thing. How do I know this? You are reading this message. You are voluntarily receiving notes and articles about handing conflict at work and about compassion in the workplace and about building your strength of character.
You may have heard the saying, “charity begins at home”. The idea is that before you take care of others you take care of those who are closest to you first. Don’t give away your last dime if you have no money to feed your own family, don’t give away your time and energy to others if your own family is waiting at home for your time and energy. Today I would like to propose to you an updated version of this expression, one for our professional lives – “charity begins at work.”
Added by Margaret Meloni on January 9, 2012 at 10:32am — No Comments
Providence, RI - Gantter now allows you to save and share your project schedules from our new cloud version of Gantter.
GantterCloud™ now allows you to easily access your project schedules anytime and from anywhere. Simply go to Project>Save to Gantter Cloud – and your project is saved to the cloud. It’s that easy!
Want to share and work with others on your project schedules? GantterCloud™ can do that too!
Click Project>Share – and invite others to view or edit…Continue
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Three travelers were on a tour when they became separated from the rest of the group. They found themselves alone in a strange area of a strange land. They each spoke a tiny bit of English but did not speak the language of the area and other then their little bit of English they did not share a common language. They did all agree that they were hungry and they agreed to pool their money to purchase some food. This is when the arguing began.
One traveler kept insisting on a…Continue
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