According to Merriam-Webster a vacation is a “respite or a
time of respite from something”. Certainly vacations should
be a time for new adventures or a quiet time allowing one to
refresh.

All too often someone returns from vacation and has a long
path back to productivity. They spend time telling others of
their adventure or they visit co-workers to discuss the things
they did while away.

This is typically interesting to engaged coworkers but should
be limited to break or lunch periods.

This is an excerpt from Laughing to Leadership by Rick
Weaver and is used with permission.

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Vacation
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