Teaching the Smart vs. the Stupid LO13431

Bill Hendry (sfidba@scfn.thpl.lib.fl.us)
Fri, 2 May 1997 10:33:23 -0400 (EDT)

Replying to LO13384 --

It has been said that what separates us from the rest of the animal
kingdom is the ability to choose between stimulus and our response. Ben
Compton hates his job and having to mentor people who want to be spoon fed
answers. Not my definition of mentoring, nor my definition of career
management. Life is too precious to continue your unhappy state. Been
there, done that, left the org. Also took a peek under the hood during
aand after the trip.

Best wishes Ben --

Bill Hendry, Training and OD Specialist, Hillsborough County, FL
work email: sfidba@scfn.thpl.lib.fl.us | home bhendry@earthlink.net
(813) 276-2727 work phone, (813) 276-2197 fax

"Throughout the centuries there were men who took first steps down new
roads armed with nothing but their own vision."

>From "The Fountainhead" by Ayn Rand


Bill Hendry <sfidba@scfn.thpl.lib.fl.us>

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