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    Downtown, Department spirit and celebrating successes, team orientated and institution focus, access to dart, good pay, opportunity to promote yourself as you help students, lots of recognition like Circle of Excellence, monthly awards for representing your school like you should. If you like to play victim and say the reason your not successful is because of others then I would say look for another employer that doesn't have goals or requirements (hide out there or work for the post office) to make sure we are doing what we committed to do with our schools we were given to represent. I enjoy the goals and yes, we still have our complainers who (like the Jan 9th person) like to show blame and are generally unhappy with themselves because they have an entitlement mindset and want to hideout. It was initially hard for me to understand the performance management and goal setting but I do understand that we represent our quality schools and every person that wants to do something with their life. Metrics are part of the accountability so I think I speak for many when I see the negativity of the last writer of Jan 9th who sees the world as negative, complainer, wants to goof off on breaks, text and promote problems.. Please leave because you are not speaking for us. I appreciate the direction and it is done fairly, not perfect but nothing really is. I look around me and I wonder how many other areas are leading with goals and metrics in their department??? I like the direction so complainer - there's the door. Adapt, grow yourself or leave because your not helping the team nor our important partners we represent.


    Accountable environment, they set goals to make sure you service your potential students, control quality of delivery so they listen to calls (I'm ok with that and I think they should), questioned on activity and reviewed twice a month with a final review monthly.

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    Remember you are dealing with people who care about what they do and represent themselves the best they can with their partner schools. Be fair and I think for the most part I'm treated fair and I'm excited to contribute to at least a vision that has been created for me. Thank you and please continue to do the great awards and recognitions you do. They motivate me and I know it is really appreciated throughout the department.

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