Even small families have betrayal...(QvQ Revisited, BRIEFLY!)

If you have a large network, don't let anyone sell you on the Quality OVER Quantity argument. There's betrayal even in SMALL families...

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Comment by Vincent Wright on March 28, 2010 at 2:46pm
Edgar,
My first corporate training in diversity was more than 20 years ago - I happy to say that, even then, it extended far beyond racial and religious backgrounds...
Comment by Edgar Valdmanis on March 28, 2010 at 1:02pm
Diversity these days is (not always but) often linked to racial or religious backgrounds. I take it all the way. I'm sitting in Oslo, Norway and as far as I know, you are sitting somewhere on the eastern side of the US, right? So that's one way of diversity.
Another is that I'm working in a non-profit organization, and you are in recruitment. Mine is a society for IT-professionals, your recruitment job could be speicalised in another field. All of these are examples of diversity. And the ways that we differ come out as ways that we complement each-other, and can help each-other.
Comment by Vincent Wright on March 28, 2010 at 11:09am
Edgar,
EXCELLENT point about the diversity matter...a matter which far too often gets overlooks in QvQ discussions...
Comment by Edgar Valdmanis on March 28, 2010 at 9:11am
Yepp, agree.
There are limits, but in general the larger network, the more people you can help, and the more people will be ready to give a helping hand in return when you need it.
There is also the point of diversity, the larger network the more diverse it will be. With gretaer diversity there are multiple ways you can help others, and there's a greater chance of finding the type of help you're looking for yourself.

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