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Bully… For You

Posted originally on August 28, 2011 Anti- bullying – that’s me! If you are a victim please take my survey  as part of an anti-bullying project http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DR3ZX2F From my experiences of bullying it is devastating to the victim!  Just recently I’ve heard of five new cases first hand – two primary school

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Moral codes we live by

Posted orginally on August 29, 2011 White rose of purity   ...Or not ... Reading a book on Dexter & Philosophy (Dexter being a very likeable serial killer who ‘only kills killers/bad people’) I am currently reading about morality in respect of Dexter’s moral code and generally social moral codes (i.e.

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Being non-judgemental is not good for us….

Posted originally on September 11, 2011How do judgements affect you and me? Being ‘non-judgemental’ is a core part of the training as a counsellor.   It was something I struggled with during that time, in that I believed – and still do but now with background information to support it – that we

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A poem to create a vision….

One of the exercisesfrom Damian Hughes, a professional speaker specialising in NLP and motivation based in Manchester, as Liquid Thinker, he has written four books which I am was reading in 2011 when I tried t - to write a poem about the vision for your company (like Mohammed Ali

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Goal Setting or Goal Free Living?

Goal free living – or goal setting life coaching? Posted on August 13, 2011 As a life coach part of the process I support  clients with is setting goals so this was something that interested me – what  does it mean … and is it right for most people? Actually Steve Pavlina’s article

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Manage your Appraisal – it’s important for your development

Value your staff with appraisals & personal development – for your sake too… Posted on August 16, 2011 From Information Event at Oldham Library May 2011 with The HR Company, Springhead, Oldham Effective Performance management – whose responsibility? Well, everyone’s really.    Leadership, managers and employees. Everyone is involved int he process and

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