Searching for work can be tough. Here are five valuable lessons I have learnt.
An award winning Manchester charity, Moodswings, has been helping people recover from life’s ups and downs since 1999. Mind states that 1 in 4 people will have a mental health problem each year. Accessing tangible help can be difficult. Moodswings is situated in a converted pub at 36 New Mount Street, M4 4DE. I had the privilege to… Continue reading Rat pack charity fundraiser set to be a hit
On December 6, 1941, Franklin D. Roosevelt, the US President made his State of the Union address to Congress. The speech would be remembered as the ‘four freedoms’ speech. Roosevelt the 32nd President of the United States said: “In the future days, which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world founded upon four… Continue reading Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms Revisited
Momentous, divisive, tumultuous, gut wrenching, heart breaking, soul searching, worrying; uplifting, liberating, the start of a bright new dawn. Depends on your perspective. Time will tell. Emotions are understandably running high, opinions are split. The words of Keira Shaw in a post entitled ‘How to be kind ‘ were the single most inspiring, comforting things… Continue reading Thank you Keira
The St John Ambulance Brigade was established in 1887. The distinctive eight point star worn on volunteers’ uniform dates back even further to eleventh century Jerusalem, where the Knights of St John created a hospital to look after sick pilgrims. Fast forward to the twenty-first century and St John Ambulance is the leading provider of… Continue reading Learn basic baby first aid, so you know what to do if you have to…
The simplest messages often resonate the most. Twenty plus years ago a local preacher came and addressed my High School year group. His name and the denomination he belonged to have long since escaped me; but the core message of his sermon has not. The man of the cloth said that we live in a… Continue reading Resonance and reflection: what really matters to you?
There was a time my life when I longed to make a difference. I still do but, with the passing of time, I have tempered my approach. As a young twenty-one year old full of optimism I embarked on a Post Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) at Leeds University. My overt enthusiasm foundered on the… Continue reading Four valuable lessons from uniform leadership cultural failure