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The HR Headmistress' blog
28th November 2018
If you think about the average two or three year old, every other sentence is a question, often “why?” Children are ferociously curious and ask streams of questions about everything and anything. Apparently they average one question...
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15th August 2018
Do any of your employees continually carry debt on credit cards, depend on overdrafts or lines of credit to make ends meet, use one form of credit to pay for another, hide spending from a partner or use credit to pay for essential living costs?...
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25th October 2017
Albert Einstein was clear that asking questions is an essential skill. He said: If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know...
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30th August 2016
Team GB did us proud in Rio. 366 athletes representing the UK winning 129 medals, including 27 golds. One of the many memorable moments was when long distance runner Mo Farah tripped in the 10,000m. A disaster? You’d think so but Mo picked...
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