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By Ailsa Kaye Jun 16 2008

Upcoming Visits and Events - Onsite Insights

Visit & Events Programme (July – November 2008) For detailed information on the visits please contact us by email info@onsiteinsights.co.uk or visit our website www.onsiteinsights.co.uk 2 July 08 Entek International Newcastle-Upon-Tyne2 July 08 Rencol Tolerance Rings, Bristol9...
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By Ailsa Kaye Jun 16 2008

Its Not Magic! - Intrepid Presentation

Presentation by leading research consultants - Intrepid. Part of the Its Not Magic! event at Woburn Safari Park
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By Ailsa Kaye Jun 16 2008

Its Not Magic! - THM Solutions Presentation

Presentation by Garry Marsh of THM Solutions at Woburn Safari Park - It's Not Magic, delivered with close-up magician Etienne Pradier
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By Zen Master Jun 16 2008

Thought From The Zen Garden: Why you have to practise leadership

"There is an ancient saying that knowledge is only a rumour until it is in the muscle."I just picked that up from the 'Embodied leadership' course description over at Roffey Park's center in the UK.It's true isn't it: it's in the doing that we cement the knowing. Leadership talk is not nearly as imp...
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By Joe Espana Jun 16 2008

The impetus of failing

I came across an except from a speech given by JK Rowling (Harry Potter fame as if you didn't know) to Harvard graduates.  Her subject was learning from failure."So why do I talk about the benefits of failure? Simply because failure meant a stripping away of the inessential. I stopped prete...
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By Joe Espana Jun 16 2008

The Meaning of Failure

I came across an except from a speech given by JK Rowling (Harry Potter fame as if you didn't know) to Harvard graduates.  Her subject was learning from failure."So why do I talk about the benefits of failure? Simply because failure meant a stripping away of the inessential. I stopped pretendin...
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By The Story Teller Jun 16 2008

Leadership book of the week. Gumpisms: The Wit and Wisdom of Forrest Gump

OK, let me explain: This isn't my choice of leadership book. It's the choice of Allan Leighton, the UK businessman who became European CEO of Wal-Mart and Chairman of the Royal Mail, among other things. He says we need to simplify, that most leadership over-complicates. And reading the Haiku...
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By Kate Moor Jun 15 2008

Buddha Wisdom

An idea that is developed and put into action is more important than an idea that exists only as an idea.  Budda How often do we have great ideas that we sit on and as a result miss wonderful opportunites. 
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By Kate Moor Jun 15 2008

Doing Business in Asia

There are a number of us on the forum who reside and work across different countries within the Asia Pacific basin.   For people in regional roles this does create any number of challenging situations as we endeavour learn and gain experience working with different cultures.     Some of the issues t...
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By Phil Dourado Jun 13 2008

Entertain me: The Secret of Happiness is...

...low expectations.When you have no choice, your expectations are low and the world, or at least the supplier, is responsible.When you have 100s of choices and you are still not happy with the ones you make, you blame yourself.The more options we have, the more we regret what we didn't choose. Thi...