We all know how good it feels to win. When we beat a personal goal in a running race, close a business deal, or when the politician we voted for wins an election. Winning, whether a personal achievement or that of a beloved football team, sends a surge of adrenaline through our body and provides […]
The news this week in January 2014 that Alicia Keys and Blackberry are to go their separate ways following a one year partnership started me thinking about the benefits and drawbacks of collaboration. Ms Keys was appointed as the Blackberry Global Creative Director at the beginning of last year in an effort to increase sales […]
A recent article in The Telegraph [05/12/2013] explored the skills that successful leaders need by putting Jobs Editor, Alan Tovey, though a virtual assessment day to measure his ability to cut it at the top. The piece notes how there are four qualities that a leader should possess: experience, knowledge, personality and skills. While these […]
Having been one of the fortunate ones to go to a number of events at the current Olympic Games in London (Athletics, Basketball, Beach Volleyball and Wrestling) I have been impressed by the atmosphere that has been created by the volunteers, armed forces, police and others working to make the competition a success. While pondering […]
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