The more I read and study, and the more experience I gain working with various communities, the more I realize I harbor several ideals that aren't shared by others in my position.
It's eye opening and frustrating at the same time.
Common sense isn't common, y'all.
Things that feel like obvious, empathetic, I-care-for-those-around-me are seen as alien standards to which others struggle to relate.
@ericmann any examples?
@poperigby Pay talented people a fair price for their work. Respect that employees have families and need time away. If you give someone a "lead" title or expect them to manage something/someone actually grant them the authority to lead/manage.
Just a few examples this morning. Had a hundred others last night when I wrote the first toot.
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