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Sunday, February 19, 2017


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Patricia Hilbish

Exrewmwly well said. The shock absorber remark is important. People need the safety of knowing the bumps on a rough road are being handled well, strategically and effectively. 'The buck stops here.' can be used in various situations whether it's taking responsibility or being the responsible one to facilitate and absorb major impacts and certainly not deflecting back the shockwaves to cause more worries and concerns; bumps or jolt shouldn't become tsunamis. Stability and soundness in actions is crucial. How can one garner trust without these things?

Anna Catalano

Thanks, Tricia! Glad you agree. I've worked around people who just seem to make the matters worse for those who are already stressed out. No excuses when you're in a leadership position!

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