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Elsie admitted that she had a tendency to procrastinate and get distracted. Her manager said, “Elsie, I expect you to verify all invoices ..read more

Ellis, a newly-appointed supervisor joked to his group, “Well, I guess they couldn’t find anyone else to take the job.  I’ve worked ..read more

Eric’s manager said to me, “Eric will not take initiative. He knows his job but does only what I tell him to do.” “What have you ..read more
“I’ve just reviewed our recent performance data, and we may need to change some work assignments,” the vice president reported in his ..read more

(Part 2 of 2 Parts) After assuming his CEO role, Harris’s message to employees was, “I believe we have a lot of opportunities for ..read more

(Part 1 of 2 parts) “I believe in participative planning,” the new CEO announced.  “I’m asking all departments to submit their ..read more

I recently asked an acquaintance, “How are you doing?” “I am in a state of complete confusion,” he replied.  “In just the last ..read more

“What do you spend most time on during performance appraisals?” I asked several members of a work team. One responded.  “My boss ..read more

“I went home with a headache, a stomach ache, and doubt,” is the way a new employee explained his first day on the job.  “I spent ..read more

Melanie said to Layla, her manager, “Don’t tell Josh I said it, but he spends a lot of time on social media.  And he blames us for not ..read more

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