Thursday, June 26, 2008

Not everyone agrees with me

It's a truth of human interaction. We will disagree.

Back in my day, when I disagreed with people, I would hide behind a pen names like Mrs. Silence Dogood, Anthony Afterwit, and Richard Saunders. To publicly humuliate those I didn't like, I published "Poor Richard's Almanak" and took over the The Pennsylvania Gazette, which you know as The Saturday Evening Post.

But enough about me. How should we agree to disagree in today's workplace?
So, how would like your boss to disagree with you? How do you disagree with those who work for you? Add your constructive comment here:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's interesting that Mr. Franklin used fake names when he wanted to try to humiliate someone in print. now we al go to blogs and do the exact same thing. Brilliant!