Women in business: Can you have it all? – Nicola Horlick speaks

Posted on: March 24, 2010

Last week I went along to the Open University Annual Lecture at which Nicola Horlick spoke on the topic of “Can you have it all?” I’m always interested in different perspectives on women in business. I actually bumped into her as I left the ladies loo in the beautiful wood panelled area of the Crypt […]

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Crazy busy – Overstretched, overbooked and about to snap (Book review) – Dealing with stress

Posted on: October 30, 2009

Dealing with stress? I first read this excellent book offering strategies for handling a fast paced life and dealing with stress by Dr Edward Hallowell, a psychiatrist, in December 2007. But many of the ideas (e.g. screen sucking, gigaguilt) have remained so vibrant to me as I have witnessed, amongst my clients and colleagues, a […]

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Visual identities, colours and hedgehogs

Posted on: July 23, 2008

It’s rare for me to get involved in visual identity reviews these days but today I was helping a law firm client prepare a brief for a pragmatic visual identity refresh following a strategic review and a new web site. Interestingly, the bit where we address the brand fell between the overall strategic review and […]

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The message for managers – Management education, thinking environment and feedback

Posted on: June 25, 2008

During the management education course I was running today at the fabulous training centre at the Institute of Director hub at Old Broad Street House, we spent some time contemplating good management (which is not the same as good leadership) and considered a number of interesting issues. Amongst them was the finding from the Centre […]

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