Category Archives: Work-life balance

2nd Update: The United Kingdom and the Eurozone crisis

Here is common sense and leadership from justice secretary Kenneth Clarke in today’s Financial Times: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/5606a946-201a-11e1-8662-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1fomGwuZY. (You may have to register to read it, but registration is free). He was a good minister to work for, as I recall. Also … Continue reading

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Coaching: Getting back on track

Suddenly each day a peron who was relocating, changing career and launching a new business all at once became consumed by debilitiating guilt for neglecting the children in all this. So, the relocation, career and busines was drifting. In fact, … Continue reading

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