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When personal is so much more

Only in today's newspaper

Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 18/12/2009 (3592 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

There is privacy.

And then there is secrecy.

There are personal reasons for people to leave jobs. Then there are personnel reasons that can involve personal behaviour and, potentially, damage a brand.

Unless they’re handled in a transparent and timely way. David Letterman and Tiger Woods come to mind.

Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 18/12/2009 (3592 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

Linda Warkentin, former director of communication and development at Siloam Mission, talks to Gordon Sinclair Jr. about her departure from the organization.

RUTH.BONNEVILLE@FREEPRESS.MB.CA

Linda Warkentin, former director of communication and development at Siloam Mission, talks to Gordon Sinclair Jr. about her departure from the organization.

There is privacy.

And then there is secrecy.

There are personal reasons for people to leave jobs. Then there are personnel reasons that can involve personal behaviour and, potentially, damage a brand.

Unless they’re handled in a transparent and timely way. David Letterman and Tiger Woods come to mind.

Which brings me back to last Saturday’s column about a charitable organization that helps some of the poorest and most vulnerable people with donations of money, food and clothing and their volunteer time.

And how, as a result, they have a duty to be accountable and open about all matters that affect public trust.

For the full story, see today's newspaper or our fpNews electronic edition.

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