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Category Archives: Career Coaching
The last time I met Ray Gamell was about 3 years ago in Abu Dhabi. I was passing through the city on a different mission and called to see him for a chat about Ethihad Airways. I’ve admired Ray for … Continue reading
Q: Are you fishing where the fish are swimming? I recently worked with a CEO, helping her to land a new job. She put huge effort into the process and it all worked out in the end. So, what’s the … Continue reading
I was flying back from Aberdeen. Happily bored. They say that there’s only 2 emotions on an airplane – hours of boredom interspersed by moments of terror! The girl sitting beside me was about 25 and seemed keen to engage. Reluctantly, … Continue reading
We counted back through the years. The last time we’d been to New York for fun was 1992. Oh sure, I’d made a number of business trips since. But being a ‘business hostage’ inside some anonymous Ramada Inn basement (sorry, … Continue reading
Sometimes managers, despite their best efforts, seem to be blocked from making progress. They work long hours and deliver projects on time/budget. But somehow the Golden Ticket to the Executive Club is not forthcoming. And the reason is…they … don’t … Continue reading
My Aunt Moya was a nun, a nursing sister who spent all her life taking care of old folks in a geriatric hospital just outside Paris. Moya was a formidable lady – having done a stint as the Mother Superior … Continue reading