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The PLATINUM Rule

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Most people are familiar with the timeless “Golden Rule” – Treat others the way you would like to be treated. And while it is truly a wonderful guide to our human interactions, that tenet does have one basic flaw. Since people are unique individuals with varying needs, desires, and perspectives, some folks may not want to be dealt with in the exact same manner as you do.

Certainly, like you, everyone else at work expects to be treated fairly – with dignity and respect. We all want to be listened to, to have our ideas and concerns considered, and to feel that we (and our work) truly matter. But how we’d like those universal expectations to be met is where we tend to differ. For every person who enjoys public praise, there’s someone else who prefers to be recognized privately. For every team member who wants direct and candid feedback, there’s another who likes the medicine with a little sugar. For every person who wants to lead, there is someone else who operates best as a committed follower. For every colleague who…oh well, you get the picture.

Bottom line: There are no clones of you floating around out there. So, rather than treating others the way you want to be treated, consider treating them the way THEY want to be treated. That’s called “The Platinum Rule” – and it’s one of the very best guides for improving intergenerational relationships.

Think of the people you work with and for. What behaviors do they engage in? How do they tend to get their work done? What seems important to them? What generational characteristics do they exhibit? What are their obvious likes and dislikes? By answering these questions, you’ll develop a feel for what makes your colleagues ‘tick.’ Then, use that information to enhance your daily interactions.

DE LA SALLE ANDRES SORIANO MEMORIAL COLLEGE
Don Andres Sorianio, Toledo City

43rd FOUNDATION DAY

"ONE SIGN OF FAITH ONE LA SALLE"

July 19, 2008
ACTIVITIES
8:00 AM - HOLY MASS
10:30 AM - PARADE
1:00 PM - GAMES
7:00 PM - VARIETY SHOW
PROGRAM
  1. Invocation
  2. Phil. National Anthem
  3. A Pottopuori of Songs, Dances & More ( Grade School Pupils, High School Students, College Students, Parents, Alumni, Faculty and Staff
  4. Launching of One La Salle Fund
  5. Finale

"Let me be the change I want to see to do with strength and wisdom all that needs to be done. . .

and become the hope that I can be.

set me free from my fears and hesitations

grant me courage and humility

fill me with spirit to face the challenge

I long to see....

TODAY I START THE CHANGE I WANT TO SEE

Even if I'm not light

I can be a spark

In faith, service and communion

Let us start the change we want to see

The change that begins in me

LIVE JESUS IN OUR HEARTS

FOREVER.

Hail To My Alma Mater

Ipinaskil ni Rey Abao-Dacalos | 6:20 PM

I never got the chance to step the 'walkway of success' graduation stage of DLS ASMC, formerly known as Andres Soriano Memorial School - De La Salle, as I wasn't able to finish my elementary years but jumpshipped directly to 1st year High in another school.

But this will not be a hindrance for me to do what I can for my Alma Mater! As what Dr. Paragados once told me and I quote, "Even if you only stayed for one (1) year, you are considered a part of the DLS-ASMC family!"

Proud to be one!