Creating Hurdles

Ben felt the tension sink in the minute the alarm went off. Today was his monthly review with his supervisor and these sessions never went well. They always left him unsettled. His boss was a nice enough guy; a little aloof maybe, somewhat cavalier with his willingness to curse in front of any employee—male or female—but a solid leader who took good care of his staff and was appreciative. The problem was bigger than that. He simply did not speak …


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One comment on “Creating Hurdles

  1. John Kennedy on said:

    Just wanted to say that I really enjoy the weekender and look forward to it each week. I have been in Parks and Recreation along time and I enjoy the differnt perspective that you provide. I do not always totally agree, but your writings do inspire thought and in some cases action. We all want to make contributions to our organizations, but build walls around ourselves to keep us safe in our little fortress.

    Thanks and keep up the good work!

    John Kennedy Parks and Recreation Director
    Raymore Missouri

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