Browsing All posts tagged under »Selflessness«

Life in a Day captures what’s wonderful

July 6, 2011

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If you haven’t seen anything of Life in a Day then do. It captures beautifully the world without borders (and the world with it) that we live it. Shot by members of the public one week after the world cup finished last year, it shows the peoples of this planet going about their business and […]

Collaboration’s what ya need!

June 21, 2011

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If Roy Castle were still alive today then I’m sure he’d rewrite his famous song to reflect the word ‘Collaboration’ rather than dedication. Now, if you’re under 40 then it’s possible that you’ll have no idea what that reference is to – so google it. Or watch this! Anyhow, it seems to me collaboration is […]

The Chief Marketing & People Officer anyone?

February 10, 2011

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I’m writing a piece for a client at the moment on Employer branding. I’m thinking of calling it “Get yourself a job you really love and you’ll never have to work again”. Anyhow, it’s going to cover three potential truths when it comes to employer branding, and I thought I’d store them here as they […]

Time on over time off

February 7, 2011

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So, I was doing a speech on the Future of Work at the IOIC and started to think about policies that shackle us. We all think it’s right to have employment policies in place – to protect employees; ensure fairness and consistency and create order and alignment. That seems right. But is it getting in […]

A world without borders…

January 25, 2011

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I was inspired by a link sent to me by @casablanca via Twitter. The link sent me to a super blog post on the Confused of Calcutta site. It was the first time I’d been there and it’s now going to become one of my oft read blogs. The thesis was about un-nationalties and the […]

Zuckerberg joins Stalin and Dubya

December 16, 2010

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So Mr Facebook must be well pleased today. Not only is Glassdoor listing his company as the best place to work, but he is also Time’s Person of the Year. He’s joining a list that includes Stalin, Hitler, Walis Simpson and George W Bush – not exactly popular in their own right. So what is […]

Susan Boyle and The Big Society

December 9, 2010

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So Susan Boyle is now as big as The Beatles.  So, why is it the case that the typical 47 year old Scottish virgin, as the LA Times put it, has achieved such feats where the likes of U2, Madonna, Take That and REM failed? This isn’t some written piece aimed at deriding Ms Boyle. […]