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After a break of a few moths I am relaunching my newsletters and bulletins. You can sign up via the link on the banner, above.

During the summer months I have been redesigning both the look and the distribution method of the information I send out to make it easier to use and more reliable. You’ll notice that news will be more regular, more thought-provoking and as useful as ever.

There is a list of topics waiting to be discussed, and it would also help if you could suggest ideas or workplace subjects you’d like to see covered.

One little publicised aspect of what I do is that I offer a Free consultation to discuss difficulties at work. As an extension to this you can send in a brief description of a people-related challenge or problem and I will respond by writing about how I think it might constructively be approached. Tell your friends and colleagues about this offer too and, naturally, all information will be treated as confidential and no names or other identifying details will be published.

 

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Why It’s Better to Believe What Makes You Comfortable Than What Is True

Comfort zone

Metaphorically, you might say, some people will stop to look in a mirror to see what they could learn, while others will hurry past it, in case they learn something.

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Which Community Do You Belong To?

A community is held together by shared interest and respect for other members. In this sense of community, people rally round ideas and aspirations in the hope of carrying both forward. Yet most of us pay only lip-service to the values of the communities we belong to, doing little or nothing to help them flourish.

On the other hand, there are those who are able to bring some passion to the game. They explore what they think and feel about who they are, where they fit in the grand scheme of things, their purpose, and what it all means to them.

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Thermometers and Thermostats

Which one are you? A thermometer measures the ambient temperature of its milieu. It checks and reports. A thermostat on the other hand responds to its environment. It also checks, but then it makes little adjustments… it actually influences the environment. You might say that a thermometer is a rather passive receptor, and a thermostat […]

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