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    Thanks everyone for all the helpful advice.
    I see where you are coming from with the staff but its just not very practial to hire and rehire whenever someone won't be a team player. Your're right when you say you need a great staff, but what we are hoping to do is take a great staff that needs just a little help and provide that help through improving the communication so things go as smoothly as possible. And improve the communication through rock climbing.

    As for anne74 that was great advice I will take it into consideration what would you include on said survey?
    thanks again
    moonscar

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    All very good and thoughtfull points
    Thanks for the advice
    As for people refusing to climb thats fine, there are other supporting jobs for the people who don't want to climb. The way it would be set up is that there are four other positions that they could do such as spotter, belayer and rope coiler among others. That way they are still involved and being supportive, which is the most important aspect to the people that are climbing. Would that sway anyone?

    Thanks again your answers have been very helpfull
    moonscar

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    We thought about programs like that but none seemed to get the point across as seriously and efficiently as we had wanted. The reason we had picked rock climbing is because its safe, but also has some fear to it and that is why we thought it was a good pick. It hits home the point of what happens if there is miscommunication.
    Do you think it would be a valid option to continue using?
    Thanks for all the advice
    moonscar

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    What I was wondering was has anyone found that miscommunication between doctor and nurse, patient and nurse or any other combination caused problems for you?
    If so what would you like to see done about it. What I was thinking for our staff was enrolling them in a rock-climbing course to learn the importance of crystal clear communication that you can only get from a sport such as climbing. Do you think this is a good idea andwould you like to see it used at you facility?

    Thanks for the advice
    Moonscar



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