Category Archives: Relocation

PLAYING A WEAK HAND WELL: POPE FRANCIS I AND WHAT...

Posted On 29th December 2013

Pope Francis I fascinates me. I’m not a Roman Catholic or religious in any way. So I won’t judge his theology. However, Francis has done several things many leaders and managers could usefully copy. He’s also made one really big decision they should avoid. I’ll get to that at the end. So what has he […]

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THE FUTURE. FORGET IT. WHY LONG RANGE FORECASTS...

Posted On 17th December 2013

If you already work for Apple, LinkedIn, a firm of 3D printers or the Chinese Navy this article is not for you. Good luck ruling the world of the future. If you do. As for the rest of us….. I’m 43 years of age. Ten years ago economists were predicting I would live through an […]

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MIND THE GAP

Posted On 16th April 2011

Immigration is one of the most vexed political questions of our time. Britain has a long, proud history of welcoming people from overseas. While the resulting tensions have been well-documented, it has enriched our culture with many of our major cities becoming melting pots with young people growing up with enhanced cultural understanding as a […]

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EMIGRATION AND YOUR CV

Posted On 16th April 2011

One of my grandparents was Irish and he came to England, as many of his countrymen did, to work.  That was in the early part of the last century and what few skills he had I am sure he just explained at a factory gate or on a building site.  Forking out 4s 8d for […]

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