I realize in this day and age of telecommuting and conference calling, there is not as much demand for a person to be in his/her physical office space or as my friend, Emil, would say, "at their work stations". However, when the boss is hardly EVER in the office, it does not make for a smooth running office. Well, I guess depending on the type of boss, maybe that statement is not entirely true. If your boss is unorganized and out of control, then being in the office may be worse! I am not easily influenced by chaos around me, as a general rule. But when everyone around me seems out of control, then it begins to effect me, and I get cranky and irritable and the feeling of peace that is usually within me, disappears! So, perhaps the solution is this: anyone who takes a supervisory role in their workplace has 90 days to pass certain milestones. If they do, great. They continue as the boss/manager/supervisor/pastor. If not, they have 24 hours to clear out their office and find another job that better suits their talents and gifts, and restore peace to the chaos they have created!