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Let me just start this off saying I am a teen paenrt. My son is three and I have been dating his father for over seven years. I definitely believe you about all the random hookups and yes even sex tapes. But I was a part of the impact program for teen moms and not one single girl in there was any of the girls from those stories. They were very focused on their children and growing up. None of them pawned their kid(s) off on there paenrts and they didn't get pregnant on purpose. Yes maybe a bad judgment call but they nor have I messed up our lives.
A good way to get leaders to deelvop this skill (or identify bad leaders) is to put them into a process they know nothing about. I recently was put in charge of an extremely complex process I literally had no knowledge of. When I am presented with a problem, I have no choice but to ask questions like: Explain why you think that? and What do you recommend to fix it?. Bad leaders will fall on their swords in this situation, because they simply don't have the knowledge to be a fixer.
Another situation with qutenioss that also needs to be guarded against is asking qutenioss only until we get the answer we want. This type of manipulation can be done without being overly suggestive in how the question is asked. At the moment, the associates will feel like the idea is theirs, but ownership will be lost in the long run as associates realize they were manipulated through the questioning.Also, it is important to continue asking qutenioss even if the associate's answer is correct. That allows them to think deeper and to understand the Whys behind their answer not just the Whats . However, if a leader is known to be manipulative in their questioning as above, they will become suspicious of the qutenioss and the learning opportunities are lost.
Hello I have 3 children to rgiseter and didn't see the registration form on this site. I also have a 14yr old daughter who would love to help out if you need extra help.Here's their info:Sarah Hines, age 8/3rd gradeRebekah Hines, age 6/1st gradeIsaac Hines, age 4/preschool*Rachel Hines, age 14/9th gradeNone of them have any medical issues/concerns, no allergies all are potty trained:)Thank-you,Keelin Hines 277-7487
It's a plruasee to find someone who can think so clearly
Thanks for shgirna. Always good to find a real expert.