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Root75660187dI’m pretty sure I would have been Ted at that meeting, too.
Nanos11020187dI used to stress out HR staff so much, they would often leave and get a job elsewhere. :-)
Apparently, just half an hour with me can make some folk regret their life choices. :-)
Ask difficult questions. :-)
Sit at the front of the class / group, so its hard for them to ignore you.
Ask for clarifications on small details.
Figure out exceptions to the rule and ask about those.
Over-brim with enthusiasm.
Get there early so you can talk to them first.
Hang around afterwards to ask more questions..
I'm reminded at one school, our headmaster had a breakdown and ended up in hospital.
He got quite stressed when I started selling steel boomerangs at school and kids was getting injured throwing them at each other.
I explained to him, you don't put bullet manufacturers in the dock because people shoot others with guns..
He told me that school wasn't the place to learn how to make money..
Then there was the time when we was told to cover our books with anything we wanted..
Anything I asked..
Linux10A client drove 3 hours, for a urgent meeting with me that was solved by me adding CORS-headers
PaperTrail10Story of my most useless meeting? Too many to mention. Here's one. Years ago a new HR associate was specific...
irene132HR made a day long inclusiveness meeting. About why there are so few women in the department. Basically the co...