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The HR Headmistress' blog
14th August 2019
Juggling too many balls? We all go through periods when we are flat out at work. For many of us being incredibly busy is a way of life and it just goes with the turf. For example, this year I have nine separate personal and work projects on the...
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31st July 2019
Perhaps the recent hot weather has caused some hot-headed behaviour. During July several clients have had employees storm out, muttering imprecations as they went, only to creep back a day or two later, slightly pink round the ears and start...
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26th June 2019
Life is frenetic and most of us seem to be juggling too much, both at work and at home. Some people cope so much better than others though and that may be because of the way they see the world and approach challenges.
If you’re someone who...
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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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