HumourApril 16, 2018

Your nonprofit colleagues as F.R.I.E.N.D.S characters

If your colleagues were 'Friends' characters from the popular 90s sitcom, they'd best be described as...
2019-06-25 00:00:00 India Development Review Your nonprofit colleagues as F.R.I.E.N.D.S characters
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1. Ross Geller | The consultant who:

a) Comes with their own corporate speak

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

 

b) Might be stuck on a solution they are convinced will work

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

c) Is still learning about where they are and what that means

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

 

2. Monica Geller | The events manager who:

a) Is a little harsh with feedback

 

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

b) Tries their best to schedule fun 

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

c) Has a signature dance move prepared for the office party

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

 

3. Joey Tribbiani |  The intern who:

a) Has lied on their resume and is now making up for it

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

b) Tries to impress you with big words

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

c) Makes a lot of sense when you least expect it

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

4) Rachel | The millennial on your team who:

a)  Is at their first “job thing”

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

b) Has a tendency for drama

 

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

c) Needs an introduction to what’s happening 

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

5. Chandler Bing | The person sitting next to you who:

a) Helps you start your day right

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

b) Is at least honest about what they can do 

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

c) You don’t want to introduce in public

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

 

6. Phoebe Buffet | The fundraiser who:

a) Is able to turn anything in their favour 

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

b) Is direct about what they want

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

c) Never holds back

nonprofit colleagues as FRIENDS characters

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