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Episode 46 – 07/16/2014 – Restoring Professional Courtesy and Gratitude
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Professional courtesy and what it should mean to you;
Gratitude and the lack of it in today’s culture;
Lack of responsibility in personal and work culture;
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Our guest this week is Anthonette Klinkerman, sometimes known as "The Colonel", the Chief Etiquette Officer of Courtesy Bootcamp. She'll be talking about what used to be called "common courtesy", although it really has become UNCOMMON courtesy. Anthonette will be sharing how we can differentiate ourselves by treating others with courtesy on the phone, in the car, in our businesses and in our lives generally. Anthonette is a fabulous speaker and courtesy coach and as much fun as you're allowed to have on the radio. We hope you'll tune in Tuesday night at 8:00 EDT.
People walk past one another and many times there is not even a hello. Do you remember courtesy among strangers? Inspite of how we feel about another person, or about a total stranger, why is being courteous no longer the norm in America culture? What happened to courtesy?
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The Apex hosts present the Panel and we are discussing a simple concept that we as humans tend to complicate. Race, religion and more, often stress relationships on all levels making people more on edge and forget there manners. Are you that person who pisses everyone off or are you able to give your family, friends and others common courtesy as people to earn there respect. To Join this discussion feel free to call Apex at 646-716-8552 tonight between 7-9 CST
South Africa's hospitals are in crisis, and will be at risk of collapse if doctors flee their shocking working conditions, a report said on Sunday.
South Africa’s state hospitals are in crisis, and will be at risk of collapse if hundreds of unpaid and demoralized doctors flee their shocking working conditions and pay, the Sunday Times reported.
While doctors and health experts blame the shambles on health mismanagement, Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi said: “I would not use the word crisis; I would say very serious challenges.”
The state of the country’s public health system was revealed this week by doctors who are at loggerheads with the government over their paltry pay. Doctors were preparing to take to the streets on Friday and to also down tools in next month’s Confederation Cup soccer showpiece.
Doctors were working up to 36-hour shifts without pay, operating theatres and trauma units were summarily shut down because of a lack of basic supplies and patients were routinely turned away because of a lack of ventilators, beds and medicine.
The situation would deteriorate further if 10% to 15% of junior and mid-level doctors carry out their threat to quit unless their pay improves.
South Africa has just more than 18 000 doctors in the public sector, which means one doctor to every 3 800 citizens without medical aid.
The World Health Organization recommended an average ratio of eight doctors to every 10 000 people—about three times more doctors than South Africa currently has.
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