1. Think about what you value most.
It's hard to live your values if you don't know what they are. Values can be defined as 'something (as a principle or quality) intrinsically valuable or desirable.' When I think about what I value in my life, first thing comes across my mind is relationship.   As you can see, relationship plays an immensely vital role in one's life. So it is more important than ever to build good, long lasting relationships.   Relationships can mean different things to different people.
There are various types of relationships such as friend, work, spouse and family relationships. We meet a variety of people as we go through life, and whether they be good or bad we will build relationship with them. By my view a relationship must have depth and sincerity, that means rather than letting on too many people to come in and out of my life as and when they want to, I prefer to have a few good, solid and rewarding relationships.
Except from building relations, it's also important to maintain the existing relations also. Some people are worth keeping relation throughout the life because these are the people who truly know and understands us.   Hence, these are the things which I think are essential in aspects of relationship.

2. Describe at least two courses of action you might take and state the pros and cons of each course.

I] Confront Pat about the exclusion.
As I was one of the employees which were sent to the conference it was essential to inform me about the every event that is being carried out during that period especially because the customers were involved. But rather than going to the higher authority to discuss on this situation, it is appropriate to confront Pat first, as she is one of my colleagues and going to higher authority first will affect our relationship.
The relations we develop at workplace are different from the relations we make in day to day life. The professional relations too are based on trust, faith, and...