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I always look forward to raising this topic with either my online or in-class graduate students. Regardless of the course I am instructing, tolerance and leadership has relevance. After all, we want our current graduate students to be able to run effective operations and make important decisions. To make this a reality these future leaders must enable their teams to be willing and active participants. Decisions with poor results should be expected to occur depending on the circumstances.

So why is the use of tolerance an important and effective way to manage? I will ask our readers to recall if they ever participated or were the recipient of criticism from their direct manager as a result of a mistake that was made. I would venture to say not all of you recall this as a pleasurable experience. I personally recall sitting in a managerial review with an upper manager that was displeased with how a project was proceeding. Poor decisions were made by the engineering team forcing the project to run behind schedule. The yelling and screaming that came from this manager embarrassed everyone in attendance. The team members were not only embarrassed but became fearful of facing the same fate someday in the future. This manager, by her actions, single handedly changed the team dynamic from one of collaboration to defensive posturing.

Conservative decision making took root and any type of risk was avoided at all costs. This manager’s intolerance to mistakes yielded a sub optimal project. Displaying tolerance for failure in decision making is an effective way for a leader to drive extraordinary long term results. One must realize that failure, due to poor decision making, is only temporary. If used correctly, tolerance for poor decision making will allow learning for future success. Intolerance, on the other hand, will drive behavior that is offensive in nature and will harm future decision making.

However, using tolerance when poor decisions are made provides an effective leader with a spring board for learning and growth of the team he/she manages. Concluding this setback is temporary in nature, driving for the root cause of the poor decision and deploying corrective actions to get back on track are the actions an effective leader pursues with their team. Using tolerance and avoiding personal unconstructive criticism is the correct path to follow. Using the poor decision as an opportunity for future growth of the team is where the leader should focus energy.

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Relieving side effects is an important part of cancer care and treatment. Treatment to manage side effects is called palliative care or supportive care. Talk with your health care team about managing or coping with sleeping problems.

People with hypersomnia feel very sleepy during the day. Or they want to sleep for longer than normal at night. Hypersomnia is also called somnolence, excessive daytime sleepiness, or prolonged drowsiness.

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Although similar, hypersomnia and fatigue are not the same. Fatigue is a feeling of exhaustion and lack of energy not relieved by sleep. Excessive daytime sleeping and being unable to stay awake are not signs of fatigue.

The following types of cancer, cancer treatment, and other medical conditions can cause hypersomnia:

Brain and central nervous system tumors

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Any cancer that has spread from 1 part of the body to another, including to the brain

Some types of chemotherapy

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Hypercalcemia , which is a high level of calcium in the blood

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As a contemporary form of commercialized nostalgia, souvenirs are the ultimate cliche in the representation of a city. Pocket-sized, acritical, and cheap, they populate tourist sites all over the world with a patina of innocence.

Producing collective imaginaries made up of lines that follow the profiles of superlative sculptures, buildings, and stories, souvenirs have become the reference points that anchor a particular culture in time, representing (consciously or not) political, cultural, and social values.

Souvenirs: New New York Icons, the second iteration of Storefront’s model show, commissions 59+ objects that redefine New York’s iconic imagery. Inspired by each of the city’s Community Districts, more than 59 artists, architects, and designers have reimagined the referential images that constitute the global perception of the city, proposing new understandings of the urban experience.

Challenging the symbols that have permeated the gift shop, Souvenirs presents critical approaches to the shifting and complex iconography of the city. The exhibition introduces new objects and, with them, new ways to relate to form, matter, affect, representation, and agency.

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