Monthly Archives: June 2006

Coaching congrats

Congratulations to three recent coaching clients would have just had successes at promotion boards. Each has said the coaching was helpful. Good luck to each of them in their new positions! Advertisements

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War on words

The English NHS’s assult on the English language continues. Letters are being sent to some staff informing them that they are to receive “a premia” in their pay. Presumably, they mean a premium, but the letters are so badly written … Continue reading

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Looking for contracts – Post Script

The Instiute replied that “the tender and selection exercise for inclusion on the register has just closed and so it will not be possible to invite you to participate…Very many thanks for thinking of us…” I responded that I had … Continue reading

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European Union

Sometimes, I wonder if the Eurosceptics are right. Not for long, mind, it’s just that being a liberal (with both a small and a capital “L”), I can’t help trying to see their side of the argument. There is much … Continue reading

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Selling the family silver

Tony Blair has yet to reply to my letter urging him to block the sale of BAA – and with it London’s main airports along with the airports at Edinburgh, Glasgow and elsewhere – to a Spanish company, but from … Continue reading

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