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  • [Other] Our New DLR Boss

    I met Michael Colglazier today. I had already clocked out, and was hanging out with Farley The Fiddler at the Big Thunder Ranch petting zoo. And in walk Michael and Tony Baxter - no nametags, no entourage. I already like my new boss' style!

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    Cool! He surprised us at the Micechat anniversary breakfast and handed out classic Golden Horseshoe Review CDs to everyone in attendance back in January. He does seem cool.

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      It's great when a boss makes a positive first impression. Definitely starts things out on the right foot.


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        Originally posted by KellyMcG86 View Post
        It's great when a boss makes a positive first impression. Definitely starts things out on the right foot.
        Yes indeed; if he can actually earn the respect of the CMs, it'll go a long way toward overall guest satisfaction.......and ultimately, higher profit.

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          Originally posted by micromind View Post
          Yes indeed; if he can actually earn the respect of the CMs, it'll go a long way toward overall guest satisfaction.......and ultimately, higher profit.
          Happy employees = happy customers. A very good point! Hopefully this is a sign that he feels this is the way to run things.


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            Originally posted by Cowboy Jim View Post
            And in walk Michael and Tony Baxter - no nametags, no entourage. I already like my new boss' style!
            Like I said, even though Tony retired as Senior Vice President, his influence is not lost from Disney. Internal politics at its best.

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