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The tgf Governance Code – Part 1

For those of you who haven’t completed a Programme, I’m sure you will recognise some of this and you may work in a sector where you are familiar with the principles and provisions of your own code. Rooted in the report of the Cadbury Committee that was authored in 1992, the UK Corporate Governance Code

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Strategic Life Plan

I was reviewing my strategic plan today; it has been over three years now since I wrote it. With all that has happened in the last three years it definitely needs an overhaul. It has been over this time period that the world has experienced a global financial meltdown, which has impacted me and my f...
02 August 2011
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It is time to fully embrace the information age

I can remember my first mobile phone all those years ago it was a Motorola 8800, I did have one before that but I couldn’t really call it a mobile, but more importantly I can remember the people who said these phones would never catch on and they wouldn’t be getting one. I can also remember when...
04 July 2011
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How do you eat an elephant?

How do you eat an elephant the old riddle asks, one bite at a time is the answer. What is the daunting almost overwhelming goal that you decided at the beginning of the year you would like to take on? No let me rephrase that, what elephant, i.e. large goal should you be taking on but have been too c...
01 April 2011
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Discipline is the key

This month I want to speak to us about discipline. When all things are said and done and we try to evaluate why we have achieved or not achieved our goals you will find that discipline is a key component in the answer. A lack of discipline is the root cause of failure but a consistent and sustained ...
15 March 2011
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What’s your thinking got to do with it?

Sometimes in life it takes a major shock or change in circumstances to get us to re-evaluate what is important to us. These major life events literally force us to radically change our direction. A major sickness gets us to appreciate how important our health is, a bereavement the importance of rela...
10 February 2011
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Unintended consequences

What makes us do or say things on the spur of the moment that we later regret? Or what is it in us that causes us to make rash decisions without the necessary thought even though those decisions can have major implications in our life?
03 January 2011
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