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    • Thandeka W. Gwala
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      Being jooined into a new team of rehab members that started were employed for a new CP program meant that everything was new, new policies and procedures were established and had to be followed. Initially we were all excited with the new adventure, communication on all information was shared and everyone’s thoughts and idea were considered, but as the system required more from the team, the pressure grew, the supervisors were more pressed on making urgent and immediate decisions on things. Not everything was communicated as before, it became a matter of being told what the management requires from us. This developed a negativity sense in the work environment, people started feeling devalued and overwhelmed with all the urgent decisions and changes that were being made. Some people even left the team, and some stayed to bear the burden. Learning this program has taught me how critical communication is everywhere and without it we could lose valuable people in our lives.

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