Theory of Organization Study Guide Final

Theory of Organization Study Guide Final - Theory of...

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Theory of Organization Study Guide – Final Coach Beth Dunkenberger “Dare to dream” Wanting vs. Committing o Wanting to be a good student/athlete vs. committing to being a good student/athlete and studying on the bus to your game Three important qualities: o a good team member o loyal o a good value system Redwood trees o Like teams and businesses Short roots, but intertwine with each other to survive and withstand during bad weather “Planning your work and work your planning” “Not what happens to you, it’s how you react to what’s happened to you” “Don’t chase the money, let the money chase you” “Laughter is the best medicine” o “Screw the ‘4’ play and score” “It is good to end the journey towards, but it is the journey that matters in the end” The life, the legacy you leave behind is so much more important than what you actually did Other Options When You Decide Not To Go To Court 1. Mediation 2. Arbitration
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