This is not going to be an easy talk, but it's a necessary one.
And despite there being more important things to discuss, we're still going to make time for this today.
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What I learned after serving on two relationship panels last year. One for men and one for women.
I'm in a unique space that puts me smack dab between my peers getting married remarried, divorced, and inhabiting spaces in between.
My friends are expanding their families and, to my surprise at how fast time flies, a couple of my slightly-older-than-me peers are experiencing the birth of their first grandchildren.
I'm seeing it all. Most important, I'm hearing it all. And for a while, it effected me.
Here's a relationship test.
In this case, the relationship is between employer and employee. You're the employer, so put on your "Hiring Manager" thinking cap.
Read three resume objectives listed, then decide, as a Hiring Manager, which candidate sounds most likely to come in to your business or department and be the most impactful?
Picture the scene.
I'm at an offsite office party somewhere downtown, eating, drinking and chatting with co-workers.
One of my colleagues begins discussing her impending divorce. Another lends his support--having gone through a couple of divorces himself--by assuring her of all the positive things she can expect to experience when the legal proceedings are final.
"You'll be better off. You'll have more peace. And you'll find that you'll have more money," he says.