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The HR Headmistress' blog
10th April 2019
Is a messy desk a sign of disorganisation and lower productivity or an indication of creativity? It’s one of those marmite arguments.
Albert Einstein asked: "If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk...
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3rd April 2019
Yesterday we heard that the government proposes to ask for another Brexit extension. That’s very bad news for the UK. It’s not just the people of the UK who want to have matters settled. Business is desperate to bring the uncertainty...
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4th April 2018
Stress is one of the curses of the modern world. Nobody, but nobody has an entirely stress free life, though most of us in western Europe are astonishingly lucky, even if we don’t know/ appreciate it.
Some people seem to be overwhelmed with...
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21st February 2018
When faced with problems or setbacks what do you do? Most people worry about it and describe it as a bad experience. It can often be the pathway to worry and ill health.
In fact if you think about it, experiences which seemed horrible at the time...
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9th August 2017
If you thought that reflection is strictly for mirrors, you’re missing a very useful trick. When I did my MA some years ago, I found to my dismay that I had to employ reflective practice in my coursework and write reflective conclusions....
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