Employees Come in Three Flavors
Like a workplace Neapolitan ice cream, employees typically come in three distinct “flavors”: your Critical People,
the Squeaky Wheels and the Fat Middle. Most managers
and supervisors either attempt to manage every employee from each of these groups in the same manner. Or
worse, they spend the majority of time with their Squeaky
Wheels—rewarding bad performance or behavior. Either
results in a loss of productivity and engagement, and
inevitably, an unfulfilled and unhappy staff. When you
recognize the “flavor” of the individual employee, and pri-oritize your time accordingly, you position them and the
company for the highest potential for success.
Inside the Meteorite
Cleanroom at the Smithsonian
Don your cleanroom apparel
and take a glimpse inside
the Smithsonian’s meteorite
storage facility in Maryland
where all of the Antarctic
meteorites in the national collection are kept under tight
security and under tight airlocks.
UCF Nano Fabrication
This video is an introduction to the
physics facility at the University of Central Florida and shows the steps in the
fabrication and testing of an infrared bolometer. Bolometers
are sensitive not only to light but to every form of energy.
The Parenteral Drug Association presents the...
Connecting Regulatory, Quality,
Science & Compliance: Assuring
throughout the Product Lifecycle
September 8-10, 2014
RENAISSANCE WASHINGTON HOTEL | WASHINGTON, DC
REASONS WASHINGTON, DC WILL BE
THE PLACE TO BE IN SEPTEMBER:
1. From September 8-10, the PDA/FDA
Joint Regulatory Conference will address
relevant topics, regulatory trends and
information with sessions devoted to
Compliance Updates and Center Initiatives.
You’ll hear from experts like:
• Ilisa Bernstein, Deputy
Director, Office of
Compliance, CDER, FDA
• Bernadette Dunham,
Director, CVM, FDA
• Martine Hartogensis,
Branch Chief, International
Compliance, CVM, FDA
• Mary Malarkey, Director,
Office of Compliance,
• Steven Silverman, Director,
Office of Compliance,
• Doug Stearn, Deputy
Director, Policy & Analysis,
• Janet Woodcock, MD,
Director, CDER, FDA
2. The 2014 PDA Drug Shortage Workshop, held on
September 10-11, will focus on the technological
improvements that can have a positive impact on
preventing drug shortages.
3. PDA’s Training and Research Institute will be hosting six
training courses on September 11-12 to complement what
you learned at the conference.
to register for more information.
EXHIBITION: SEPTEMBER 8-10
POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: SEPTEMBER 10-11
COURSES: SEPTEMBER 11-12
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