People managers make decisions all the time. Be it in choosing the best fit for the team, making judgement calls on people programs to greenlight, and even themes for just about any event within the company. We, as individuals, also make choices: from the time we wake up, to the time we go to sleep. The decision to choose is a zealously guarded right by every democratic country in the world.
As Election Day nears, we are once again faced with one of the biggest decision-making exercises that we, as a nation, are about to make. The rancor has permeated all types of relationships, dividing families, friends and just about every group. Sadly, one polling agency has just about declared the winner, insinuating that their survey results said so. The decision of over 65 million registered voters usurped by a little over two thousand respondents. At the very least, we should be allowed to freely make up our mind without preemption or mind conditioning. This election is far from over. We hold the final say. No matter who wins, it’s not over until the very last vote is cast and counted. That is the ultimate survey worth waiting the results for.
In the meantime, here’s our April Edition. It’s full of tips in making the right choices. Promise.
JOVENIR F. BATAICAN
Full content of People Manager Magazine Online – May 2022