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So you are gonna become friends with someone so you can get a jump on a leadership seminar? Or, do you really think HR will have your back when you do something stupid because you are friends? Um, you really need to have your garbage can emptied first?
That's what I have a problem with.
> There's a difference between just being nice to people and cultivating
> Gene Kim-Eng
> On 8/26/2013 11:27 AM, Kat Kuvinka wrote:
> > I dunno...this is a bit cynical. Why shouldn't you be nice to everyone? Of course, I see a lot of people who snub everyone but their peers, and it doesn't see to hurt them.
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