TGIF – The Prequel

December 31, 2010 by Bill Bradley

To begin, from all of us here at Envisia Learning we wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous new year.
 
Next, we would like to let you know about TGIF.  Beginning next Friday we will have a weekly post to end the week.  We will keep it short. We will keep it light and fun.  By the end of the week you aren’t likely looking for more heavy content.
 
We will build the post around some interesting fact we call the Stat of the Week.

We will add a humorous quote and a short joke or funny story.  Usually we will also include an Action Step, something you could do related to the Stat of the Week if so inclined.  When possible, because all of us here at Envisia Learning are big on volunteerism, we will include a volunteer opportunity related to the topic of the post.
 
Finally we will support the post with a cartoon, usually one produced by cartoonist Ted Goff  who will be supplying us with a weekly cartoon related to our Stat of the Week
 

To send you into the new year, let us close with a sample of Ted’s cartoons.  Suppose our Stat of the Week is “Over 50% of the time spent in meetings is wasted.”  (True)  Our supporting cartoon might be this one … and we suspect many of you are sure this conversation has actually taken place:

TGIF!

Bill Bradley (mostly) retired after 35 years in organizational consulting, training and management development. During those years he worked internally with seven organizations and trained and consulted externally with more than 90 large and small businesses, government agencies, hospitals and schools.

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