I love clear, concise messages,
Nothing veiled, no innuendo, just tell me and allow me to respond,
It is always so funny to me when I hear someone talk about the infamous,
They said this or they said that,
I always ask who are they?
The other thing that grinds on my nerve is group discipline,
My grandmother was a huge proponent of this,
I adored my grandma,
But found it so unfair that if one cousin committed an act,
All of us were punished for it,
Shoot, where was the justice in that?
It simply meant that,
So and so could act up all they wanted and then watch us all get punished for it,
That is just wrong,
That is why I don’t like emails or memorandums that go out to the masses,
Telling them to correct this or correct that,
And if they don’t, such and such will happen,
Why not just call the person into the office,
Tell them what the offenses are, act accordingly and move forward,
Because what often happens is the culprits don’t respond well to this kind of thing,
Otherwise these messages wouldn’t have to be sent out over and over,
It seems that violators always assume the message is for someone else,
And the behaviors continue,
When managing I find it unfair to chastise people who have done nothing wrong,
And that it creates an environment of suspicion and gossip,
Also, when you confront a person head on, there is no question who it was meant for,
Seems simple to me and leaves no question in anyone’s mind…
And it contributes to a healthy work environment…
Angelia Vernon Menchan
Angelia Vernon Menchan is an author, publisher and public speaker who owns two publishing companies, MAMM Productions and Honorable Menchan Media. Mrs. Menchan is also a Budget Officer and former Job Corps Counselor. To date she has published eighteen books of her own work, both fiction and non-fiction and more than forty ebook novellas on amazon.com. You can access her bibliography on www.amazon.com search words: Angelia Vernon Menchan
Menchan has also published the work of seven other authors to date and has several publishing projects upcoming in 2013 to include a children's book, Little Wing by biologist, Erin Gawera, Honorable Menchan Poets 2013 by Dictator, Genesis and Creammy Mocha and a breast cancer memoir by Lena Jordan.
She is becoming a sought after speaker for young women audiences because she speaks honestly, straight and open to the issues that plague them such as teen pregnancy, the importance of education and making life impacting choices.
Kim Floyd of Real Mommies Read, a part of the Spartanburg Public Library says:
Angelia's ability to help our teen moms see themselves as she did was a special gift. She instilled within them a desire to make better choices, take control of their bodies and their lives. They realized their pasts didn't have to determine their futures. Angelia let them know their worth.
Mrs. Menchan is available for speaking engagements; book signings and discussions. She resides in Jacksonville, Florida with her husband and graphic designer, Maurice Menchan
Phone numbers: 904 714 2272 904 303 2679