Today on MORNING BLEND:
Cherrylee Pinder @PinderCherrylee believes collectively The Bahamas is struggling when it comes to mastering workplace “soft skills” – professionalism, conflict resolution, effective communication.
Her upcoming training seminar, “Leading from Behind”, is for supervisors, managers, and those aspiring or preparing for management. It’s slated for February 25 at the British Colonial Hilton. Registration is $180. Call 393-4551 or visit cherryleepinder.com for more information.
“In The News”, unemployment numbers down slightly; Police Commissioner Greenslade’s surprising explanation as to why police stats on gun shootings may be lower than hospital stats; some businesses already (and illegally) charging VAT!; and more calls – including the Tourism Minister (with responsibility for Gaming) – for web shops to be taxed and regulated.
Plus, our “Quote of the Week”, and it’s ‘BEATLES MUSIC DAY’.
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