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23 December, 07:11

Ana was complaining about her workload before the staff meeting began. Later, when the manager announced that twelve parking spaces would be lost as a result of construction across the street, she raised her hand and said, "Then where, exactly, do you expect us to park?" The manager tried to provide some recommendations, but Ana continued to complain until the manager gave up and announced that the meeting was over.

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  1. 23 December, 08:49
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    The complete question is:

    Ana was complaining about her workload before the staff meeting began. Later, when the manager announced that twelve parking spaces would be lost as a result of construction across the street, she raised her hand and said, "Then where, exactly, do you expect us to park?" The manager tried to provide some recommendations, but Ana continued to complain until the manager gave up and announced that the meeting was over.

    What should Ana do to make the next meeting more effective and productive?

    Answer:

    Bring a positive attitude

    Explanation:

    In this scenario Ana was already frustrated by the excess workload she has before attending the meeting. So when the manager raised the issue of construction affecting parking spaces she expressed a negative reaction, and kept complaining until the manager gave up and announced that the meeting was over.

    For the next meeting to be more productive Ana should bring a positive mindset, and consider recommendations provided by the manager.

    This will result in her working collaboratively with the manager to find solutions to the parking space problem.
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