Many managers often feel they must foster a team environment and communication by having status updates. A meeting for the sake of meeting can be a waste of time. Food may be provided and the manager may find that gets everyone there-then what?
I truly can’t believe I’m telling you this…Last Monday, the love of my life-my husband had brain surgery! He felt numbness in his left leg and tingling in his left hand.
Some managers are great. Some managers are not. Yelling and berating employees is usually not a welcome management style and often results in alienating their employees. When researching this, there were some notable exceptions!
We finally got some good news! After 1 round of Keytruda…drumroll, please, 34/35 cancerous tumors in his lungs have either shrunk or are gone completely! And another round begins.
We’ve probably all heard the expression, “think outside the box”. Unfortunately, it’s been way overused and has kinda lost its impact and become cliche!
When you hear the diagnosis, you’re in shock. Then you start having those conversations with family and good friends. You wait for your oncology appointment and fill out the first of many health forms. We were lucky, we got seen in a week-the waiting was nerve-wracking. We were seen in a week-there was a cancellation! The nurse says it’s usually 10 days-3 weeks! Ahh!
Happy 4th of July! This day and weekend has come to be associated with cookouts and fireworks…We’re really celebrating a country’s declared independence from tyranny, depending on which side of the Atlantic you’re on! England does not celebrate this!
Not all of us take feedback well. Or give constructive “criticism” in a helpful manner. Just the term “constructive CRITICISM is loaded with feelings of dread or may trigger defensiveness or depression…”I can’t do anything right!”
I first met Marshall Sylver at Guerrilla Business School, billed as “an MBA on steroids!” It was intense and fun! He was pure entertainment and hypnotised some of the students. No, no one clucked like a chicken!
My time is not my own! I’ve learned that the Chemo didn’t work so giving immunotherapy a go. You take Keytruda when the hope is that your immune system will help fight the cancer cells and shrink them or at the very least, keep it from spreading.Every cancer is different. I am not a doctor. Chemo didn’t work in his case….Please see a physician or your oncologist!This is just another step in the transition from being “healthy as a horse” to cancer patient.