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Silent Closings

A door slams shut, you hear it loudly and clearly. The job for which you receive a rejection email. . . the “let’s have lunch” offer that’s rejected with a “good idea, I’ll give you a call when I can,” . . . the request to a boss for whatever that’s turned down; these are easily perceived, often with sadness or anger, along with disappointment. The door slammed shut and you surely heard it. But how about those silent closings, the ones that creep up over months or frequently years? No slamming…See More
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Michael Keany commented on Ronald L. Friedman's blog post Silent Closings
"Ron - a great concept.  I think you have added an important term to educational leadership vocabulary."
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Silent Closings

A door slams shut, you hear it loudly and clearly. The job for which you receive a rejection email. . . the “let’s have lunch” offer that’s rejected with a “good idea, I’ll give you a call when I can,” . . . the request to a boss for whatever that’s turned down; these are easily perceived, often with sadness or anger, along with disappointment. The door slammed shut and you surely heard it. But how about those silent closings, the ones that creep up over months or frequently years? No slamming…See More
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Arbitrator, Mediator, Consultant to school districts. Director of HR for a private, not-for-profit organization.
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Consultant, Human Resources Director, Work Outside Education
At what school level do you work?
K-12
Where do you work?
Nassau County NY, Suffolk County NY, NYC, Other location in NY State

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Silent Closings

Posted on February 9, 2022 at 11:03am 4 Comments

A door slams shut, you hear it loudly and clearly. The job for which you receive a rejection email. . . the “let’s have lunch” offer that’s rejected with a “good idea, I’ll give you a call when I can,” . . . the request to a boss for whatever that’s turned down; these are easily perceived, often with sadness or anger, along with disappointment. The door slammed shut and you surely heard it. But how about those silent…

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At 4:20pm on January 3, 2011, Michael Keany said…

 

Dear Ron:

 

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