Monthly Archives: June 2009

Hearing or Learning?

I’ve heard many different presentations, lectures, seminars and general talks, amounting to hours of arguments, explanations, persuasion, debate, facts, figures, methods and madness. But after all my hearing, how much did I actually learn? The answer is probably not that … Continue reading

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What Does It Take to Change?

Yesterday, as I was sat discussing business plans with an advisor, I was asked, ‘What do you think makes it possible to bring about change?’  My mind was racing! I won’t go into the details of the discussions that followed but I … Continue reading

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False Economy

‘Our biggest asset is Our people.’ So boasts many a company.  But how much do they really engage with that statement.   Is it just another trite cliche, there to impress those on the outside? One of the best indicators … Continue reading

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