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    Performance Management

    I am finally getting a performance management interview this morning to set targets and such like.

    I am thinking of asking for a course on ancillary technology and peripheral equipment initialization and configuration.

    (I am always having to turn things on and turn the dial to the right setting)

    Any other ideas?

    I will also be heuristically increasingly competitive information flows and respect collaboratively emerging missions, to ensure that the network works in synergy with the carbon based parts of the network peripherals.

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    .....performance.....management..... whats that???

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    Don't forget to ask for a new crystal ball that is compatible with the current infrastructure Every year I have to disappoint staff and tell them that the budget still isn't sufficient to obtain one...

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    Me an Webman have been on a "Telepathy course and we both passed with distinctions" of course we already knew this!!

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    Set your targets as projects that are a) of benefit to the school b) interesting c) good for the development of your knowledge / career.

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