Category: Leadership

In the 20th Century, learning was viewed as a phase that took place early in one’s life. The objective for all socio-economic groups was to “get an education” and then decide on “a trade or profession”, whether or not that was in the public or private sector. Game sorted – 45 years of work, marriage,…
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Upton Sinclair was an American writer and political activist who, in the mid 1930’s, wrote a series of allegorical novels that exposed poor working conditions in various USA work environments between the World Wars. He first coined the term “white collar worker” to describe those who were involved in professional, managerial or administrative work. He compared…
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I’m delighted that this event is going ahead from Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October 2017. Those attending are going to benefit from total immersion in their 2018 personal and business plan – personally coached by me and sharing the experience with similar couples, all of whom share the ownership and work inside independent…
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