Indignation plays no part in objectivity.


This was something that came to me when reviewing the notes from a mentoring session last week where we had been working on dealing with unwelcome feedback. Read more…

feeling the force


Last week I talked about celebrating mistakes, and that was still fresh in mind when I read something on social media about trusting your instincts and that makes a nice connection. Read more…

why not celebrate your failures?


It is always great to talk about your successes, But for a few months now I have been writing about projects where have had problems, where we made mistakes, didn’t cover all of the angles, made assumptions or maybe took our eye off the ball types of scenario. Read more…

musings on competition from cheerleaders to infinity


A bit of a mixed bag of threads this morning, but often in life, professional and personal you will find that many roads will lead you to the same place. Read more…

back to the floor over the pond


My passion for going back to the floor has been covered here before, but over the last month I have been able to experience a little of it during my travels across the pond. Read more…

musings on crisis management and the Ebola virus in the USA

October 20, 2014 1 comment

I have been following the Ebola issue rather closely, or should I say it has been following me for here in the USA you can’t escape coverage of it.  Read more…

if your behaviour is right you don’t need rules


In the days when I ran Facilities Management operations one of my concerns was that we should not move into jobsworth territory. This can sometimes be hard to avoid because FM is often placed in the role of enforcing corporate policy, and this is a grey area where right and wrong meet the rules. Read more…

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