Monthly Archives: March 2016

Driving Emotions…

I read an article last week. On a website. The main question it asked was whether I was ‘in touch with my emotions’. I wasn’t that impressed – either with the article…or with myself for investing the time to read … Continue reading

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New Relaxation…

I was stressed in New Orleans. It was Thursday afternoon and I was at Louis Armstrong Airport waiting for my flight to Dallas to make my connection for my overnight flight to London. I was tired because it had been … Continue reading

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Individual Cascade…

Every organisation I have worked for – or with – wants people its people to learn, develop and grow. Most organisations try to encourage that growth through an Individual Development Plan (IDP) or equivalent…encouragement that frequently involves goals for percentage … Continue reading

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Organisations CAN…

My first significant role in a disease area group was as Chemistry Lead in a disease area in a large pharmaceutical company. I had a direct partner from the Biology group and together we were responsible – and accountable – … Continue reading

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