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Jo Cox – Bringing the humanity into politics

A short note about the impact for me , and I think many others, that the death of Jo Cox has had on politics. In the world of anger management, it is well known the effects that our criticisms and judgements of others have on the relationship between us and them. To recap quickly, when…

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A Referendum – A lesson in how to end up in conflict

What lessons for anger management and general calmness could the referendum on the European union membership hold for us? If David Cameron had known the impact that calling a referendum on our membership of the European union would have on his party, society in general and certain individuals would he still have called it? I…

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Case Study – Arriva Buses

          Arriva Buses The Challenge Arriva run a 50 person call centre in Luton that deals with all of the phone calls for the UK. The call centre takes enquiries from all over the country. In order to provide the greatest concentrations of knowledge and highest service standards the centre dedicates…

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Jeremy Clarkson – He doesn’t just inform us about cars

  Jeremy Clarkson is in the news again. If he is not offending half the population of Argentina or apologising for using racially inappropriate terms in his attempt to remain laddishly popular, he is getting into arguments with colleagues. The current reason for him hitting the headlines (aside from it clearly being a slow news…

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Using the F Word at Work

Emotional Resilience Specialist Julian Hall discusses how we express feelings in the workplace in his regular column for Business Matters Magazine Have you ever used the ‘F’ work at work? Being able to express yourself at work and truly say how you feel has become more challenging. Being able to be honest about how you…

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