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    • lights were out for a time and they were very happy to sit around in the dark and enjoy the inactivity.'" Many prominent citizens were on the subscription list for stock in the Dixie Power Co., in amounts varying from $100.00 to $1,000.00 or 10...
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    • 76 Let an employee know that you are there and how many will be doing hand treatments. You may want to join a hand treatment as well in order to best recommend the activity to other guests in the future. They will guide you to a sink and perform a...
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    • CWSW 30 case, then inappropriate social behaviors form in the workplace. Not getting along with co-workers in appropriate ways can result in being fired and certainly will prohibit the employee from getting promoted (Marr & Roessler, 1986)....
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    • 12 managerial and lower level employee input (Shockley-Zalabak, 2006). Snow College is fortunate to have leadership willing to see the importance of having the input of the employees. With the growing popularity of social media, Snow College...
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    • CWSW 32 least on the resume, that you can accomplish the work and type 60 words per minute. Ryan (2003) writes that job seekers “should customize their resumé to point out the specific skills and experience requested in [a] job advertisement” (pg....
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    • CWSW 33 Therefore, if novice job seekers are wise, then in an interview, or in any other interaction they may have with a hiring manager they would do well to communicate that they are a Theory Y employee; one who is dependable, reliable, and able...
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    • CWSW 34 (2008) argues, managers whose communicative style is more Theory X oriented alienate their employees costing the company money on turnover and loss of production. I believe there are tremendous nuggets that can be gleaned, and, if...
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    • CWSW 40 done in your previous work and how that transfers over to your new employer as solutions to their problems then you have a sharp arrow that will make you stand out above your competition. The second skill of the three imperatives is the...
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    • CWSW 42 how your skill set fits into their organization, ultimately you want to help them understand how you can solve their problems. Ultimately, whether or not you are in actuality struggling in any lower level need on the hierarchy is...
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    • CWSW 43 accepting supervision, but can also work well unsupervised. They can also respond satisfactorily to change. The problem is that sometimes our behavior is like those as described by McGregor’s Theory X. Sometimes we are lazy at work and...
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    • three-room flat that we rented--Mother Lunt [Sarah], Parley, Owen, Alma, Clarence, Frank, Heaton and 1 and little Virl, our year-old baby. Some of the boys got jobs of ditferent kinds. They would mow lawns or do anything they could for 50 cents a...
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    • infomed by his Mexican employee that his life had been threatened by a Mexican, Benino Terene, and his foiiowers. He wged Lunt to leave before violence was done to him. Soon thereafter a force of fifteen men under Terene rode into the ranch and...
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    • CWSW 45 As you turn the page I have included some statements to consider while thinking about the action = results formula (Yates, 2001). Take a moment to read through these. Also, for a list of action words look towards the end of the booklet on...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 13 around the newsroom for each member of the staff to look at and circle any errors or formatting issues that could be improved. However, the papers never made it past the editor’s desk, and as a staff we never discussed the marks...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 106 Phone/Email Easy and fast Telephone Convenience Email Easier Telephone The most reliable and convenient way to reach me Telephone More accurate info. Telephone It was the fastest and most efficient. Telephone Because is...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 107 Employee: Please describe how these miscommunications are resolved. Question displays if question 10. Employee was answered with anything but “never”) Text Response Explained in layman’s terms over the phone. If there is...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 109 Employee: Please provide any additional thoughts or comments regarding the communication between you and the clients. Text Response Important to explain the process and time expectations in the beginning. Most people are...
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    • CWSW 53 One of the things I appreciated was the critical feedback I got from the participants. Most of the feedback dealt with the amount of time that was offered; the participants felt there should have been more time. One participant said, "There...

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