Monthly Archives: January 2015

How far can you trust anonymous feedback?

I’ve been reading about Memo – “the anonymous app that could revolutionize the workplace” launched at the tail end of 2014 and it’s already creating a bit of a stir in some business and technology editorials. “Memo is an app … Continue reading

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Life Lessons

I’m not immune to the irony of learning about what is / should be important in life, career, relationships from someone, significantly younger than I, who is coming to grips with her own premature death. Earlier this month, I read … Continue reading

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Actions speak louder than words … but words are a (good)* start.

When comparing the speeches of some of today’s world leaders, it’s interesting to consider what gives one person’s utterances more credibility than another’s. Interestingly, when seeking illustrations of this,  I unknowingly selected numbers 1, 2 and 4 from the World’s … Continue reading

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