It's a known fact that music can bring a powerful emotional response to how we are feeling, and what we are going through. It could be something in our daily lives, something we are encountering at the time during work, etc. Does anyone have a certain power song they turn to? One that lifts them up when they are experiencing challenges, and / or one when they are knocking it out of the park? My lift me is "Meet Me On The Battlefield" by Svrcina and my knock it out of the park is " Another One Bites The Dust" by Queen. Please feel free to share yours!
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How to Handle Customer Complaints?
Handling customer complaints effectively is a crucial aspect of running a successful car rental business. By implementing a customer complaint management system and following the steps outlined above, you can resolve customer complaints quickly and effectively, prevent future complaints, and build a loyal customer base. Remember, a satisfied customer is a loyal customer.
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Hi, I'm currently looking for a part-time or contract work
My name is Naomi from Kenya, I'm a data/business analyst with 1 year of experience and I am looking for opportunities. The power of data is changing the business world, and that's the reason I am here.
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Hi I’m in the Bay Area and in a position where I can move.
I was laid off last month as an executive assistant. Is the Bay overrun now?
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My heart is so conflicted as I've had a tempestuous relationship with a direct report since the beginning but tried to give him a chance.
While I was on vacation, he showed his true colors, didn't do any work for company leaders and forced my hand with HR. While I'm ready for him to leave, I hate that this needs to happen. I don't want to deal with him anymore and not looking forward to seeing him next week. Should I continue to meet with him or let the chips fall and then resume meetings if he stays the company.
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Colleague is not delivering and I'm going to have to request our supervisors get involved
A colleague I've been counting on to finish reports that are his responsibility to complete and send to our client is just not doing the work. I understand he may be overwhelmed and that the work is unpleasant, but it's been several weeks of him promising these two reports are on the way without any product to share. The client is starting to get antsy and wants a status meeting in two weeks. I've told him, he says it's on the way, and then nothing. I realize he's been with us for several months and hasn't had a review yet, but this is becoming a problem for me and standing in the way of my success.
I'm not one to go to managers and complain about anyone, but this time, I think I have to. What is the best way to do this without getting the guy fired? I know if his boss tells him to get moving on the reports and finish them asap, he'll know I said something.
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Looking for ideas to create a positive work environment.
I was recently hired as the general manager of a large facility with a small staff (less than a dozen). Most of the staff have been there for years. Two are brother and sister. Two are husband and wife. Many are close friends. I'm an outsider hired into the organization in the top onsite management position. I've been warned by off-site management there will likely be pushback. I truly do want, need, and value their experience and knowledge! I don't have much of a budget to work with, so I cannot just offer them all raises. I'd like to create an environment that SHOWS them each they are valued. I will speak to them all with respect. I will verbalize their importance. But I'm hoping some of my FGB crew has some additional, possibly creative, ways that could help me join the team, as the leader, while making sure they all see that they are valued and respected.