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What! No Plan for 2012! Read This Now!

Seven working days left in January. Seven. It’s later than you think.   I do my annual planning in January because December is too busy with clients and clearing up after the long year. But there’s a danger in this. In January, after a good break, I feel a huge desire to “get back to […]

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24 Days Gone Already

So, we’re twenty four days into 2011 already. Almost February. My Mother tells me time continues to speed up as you get older. Ug! It’s already going past at 600mph. So fast that it’s difficult to keep the really important stuff at the front of the mind. So easy to switch the neck-top computer off, […]

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Management – in a picture

I was looking for a picture to describe management – all of it. A bit of a tall order I know. But I Googled around a bit and here’s something that caught my eye. I really like this management skills pyramid. (Thanks to F John Reh over at http://management.about.com/) It starts at Level 1 – […]

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Planning

This week’s Pearl of Leadership Wisdom is on… Planning “Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than to be able to decide.” – Napoleon Bonaparte Fail to plan… …and you plan to fail. End of story. You wouldn’t pretend to run anything significant without a plan. Yet some people never plan anything…their lives…their time. […]

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