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- Organisation Change: You need to drill below the surface
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Training course participants have become ever-more sophisticated consumers. It’s the ‘MTV’ generation – an expectation of sound & vision, content and entertainment. They want lots of time to catch up on emails; some want to ‘stay connected’ to the Mother Ship … Continue reading
The call from RTE came at 18:00 on Thursday evening. Could I do a ‘slot’ on the following Saturday morning? The Topic: Working from home. In the radio business ‘long-range planning’ extends to about 48 hours – so it’s not unusual … Continue reading
Believe it or not, when I was younger I was interested in keeping fit (I still have the body of a 32 year old obese man). Pounding all those roads on long runs, we learned one key lesson. It was … Continue reading
Client’s visiting Psychiatrists, Counselors, Psychotherapists and Executive Coaches present with a wide range of issues. Some of this is simple (“My new boss is a jerk” or “I’m not happy going bald at this age”) and straightforward to deal with. … Continue reading
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines trust as “firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of someone or something.” In simple terms we can reduce this to whether people actually believe what you say. Ernst Hemingway said: “The best way to … Continue reading
Every year, like clockwork, I get invited along to the PwC annual business conference. To be honest, it’s not normally a ‘barrel of laughs’ (it’s not meant to be), but comes with the guarantee of a bacon sandwich and a … Continue reading
Sometimes old technology works great. So, this is going to be a reminder of stuff you already know. Here’s the message. Never, ever, hire anyone without thoroughly checking their references. Stop reading now if you already do this brilliantly. Interview … Continue reading