Little did I realise when I wrote this post in Tanzania back in 2005, just how apt my reference to people working in the public sector as being an ‘endangered species’ was to become. At the time I was merely looking for an outlet for my frustration … read more
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System overload following two days at CIPD’s Learning & Development Conference HRD 11. I spent half the night thinking and the rest dreaming about coaching, systems thinking, whether appraisals are a thing of the past, that a definitive definition of OD remains beyond reach and a multitude of other stuff – not to mention wondering why a full man-size angel had come to visit. Today I spent ambushing colleagues to spread the word, test theories and initiate debate. read more
The Serengeti Watch have launched a new online petition.
It asks the government of Tanzania to accept support for an alternate southern route, and also to accept the offer by the German government to develop roads for local communities.
Lend your support to help conserve this incredibly valuable part if our planet, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
“You are today where the thoughts of yesterday have brought you and
you will be tomorrow where the thoughts of today take you..”
It’s the greatest threat in the Serengeti’s history — the government of Tanzania has approved a major commercial highway across the Serengeti National Park, in the direct path of ancient wildlife migration routes. Such a highway would be devastating.
The most amazing animal still to walk our planet, the Rhino. A true privilege to experience. They don’t see too well and are incredibly vulnerable. Cutting off their magnificent horns is one way to prevent them from falling victim to a peculiarly misguided set of people, who believe them to hold the key to many of our ailments and desires – from improving fertility to providing dagger handles that demand respect. Human appetite is responsible for the demise of the Rhino – we can also ensure their survival.
Support Save the Rhino’s work.
Although my head hurts after the first day of trying to get my head around the types, dichotomies, functions and dynamics of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), I do already have a very clear idea as to why we can so easily drive each other up the wall; I see huge potential for MBTI’s applications:)