One day, a teacher went through the class of young teenagers asking each one, “What do you want to be remembered for?” No member of the innocent youths could give an answer. So, he chuckled and said, “I didn’t expect you to be able to answer it. But if you still can’t answer it by the time you are fifty, you will have wasted your life. “What do you want to be remembered for is a question that induces you to renew yourself, because it pushes you to see yourself as a different person – the person you can become. Continue to ask it as you go through life. -- PETER DRUCKER - Managing the Non-Profit Organization, 1990
TOM ASSOCIATES Trainers' Clinic holds January 16, 2013. Theme: HOW MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT MANAGERS ENGAGE STAKEHOLDERS EFFECTIVELY.