Monthly Archives: March 2016

Keeping it fresh

I am sure nobody turns up at work wanting to do a bad job. There is no job satisfaction from achieving just the minimum from your day. For professional communicators there is no way they can just tread water because … Continue reading

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Being considerate to be involved

I listened to an interesting debate on Radio 4’s The Moral Maze tonight. It is a programme I always enjoy for the detailed discussion of ethical dilemmas but I know it makes me sound a lot older than I am. … Continue reading

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Work-life integration?

I stumbled across this blog today – ¬†http://www.robertsoncooper.com/blog/entry/who-needs-work-life-balance-anyway – which covers a subject that is close to my heart – the issue of work-life balance. I was particularly interested in the idea that we need to develop a new concept … Continue reading

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All the same?

I have read a number of articles over this long Easter bank holiday weekend that have caused me some concern. Each of them were about very different subjects but at the heart was one thing – developing a process or … Continue reading

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In a moment

The Easter weekend is supposed to be all about new beginnings and the hope for the future. Whether you are religious or not, as we are also heralding the start of British Summer Time it is an opportunity to think … Continue reading

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Read all about it

Today we have seen the end of an era with the final printed version of The Independent. It is still a shock to me to see a national newspaper disappear from the newsagents shelves and only to be available online. … Continue reading

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Social on demand or request

We are in the first day of a four day long weekend. This means time to relax and recover from the challenges of work. It also means time to focus on what we enjoy doing or taking a short break. … Continue reading

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