Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2008 - (Page 14)

Afterburn Nexters’ Impact in the Workplace © Gagne BY DR. GAYLE A. KEARNS A SPACESHIP HAS landed in your company parking lot. The beings coming down the craft’s ladder and entering your place of business have assumed human form, but their clothing, hair and skin adornments are obviously not of this world. Communication is a major barrier, as they speak in a language all their own and seem to have difficulty understanding your requests. They claim to have come in peace, but you see signs that they anger, even to the point of aggression (Chester, 2002). 14 • First Quarter 2008

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2008

Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2008
From the President
Afterburn: Nexters' Impact in the Workplace
Retirement Will Have to Wait
From Sewage, Added Water for Drinking
Rural Water and the Farm Bill
Fiduciary Responsibility: It's All About Trust
Water Industry Supports International Rural Water Association
Regulatory Update
The Rural Water Washington Rally in April
Throwing My Loop
A Precious Thing Called Water
Index to Advertisers
From the CEO

Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2008