Director Henry Hathaway was doing a movie starring Robert Mitchum. First day of shooting he comes up to Mitchum and says, "Hi, Bob! I just wanted to give you a heads up: sometimes, when I'm doing a movie, I get frustrated and I'll cuss an actor out, call him names. I just want you to know that it happens sometimes, I don't want you to take it personally."
Mitchum replied, "Thanks for letting me know, Henry. I should give you a heads up that when someone cusses me out or calls me names, I like to punch that person in the nose. It happens sometimes, and I don't want you to take it personally."
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At work, Gen Y wants:
Relationships with decision-makers
Personalized career development
(They're used to strong relationships with elders).
Harleen, a damsel in success, is a new contributor to The New Cheez. She says that she hasn't met Joel yet but, like, just from talking to him on the phone she can tell that he is like so cool.
I haven’t yet had the pleasure of meeting Joel but, from talking to him on the phone, I can tell that he’s a very cool, accessible guy.
Although our initial conversation focused largely on professional development issues related to women.... the vibe of the talk was more like one you might feel in a conversation over mojitos at a beachside cafe — fun and chilled out...
I’m convinced that his friendly, chatty nature had something to do with it.
Hey, Girl, you don't have to flatter The Man. He's lucky to have a smart, successful woman like you on board! And don't you forget it!
Harleen's first posting on The New Cheez tells us men on how to attract women to our firms. To get them interested, she says, you've got to:
1. Offer a great maternity leave.
2. Have processes in place that get them back to work after a mat leave without feeling that they've lost any ground .
3. Go beyond the standard legal requirements around sexual harassment