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How to…achieve a work/life balance…

For the #29daysofwriting challenge, we have been asked to post a #howto blog.  So, as I’m  such an advocate of creating a balance between work and home, I aim to create a ‘How to’ list for those looking to regain … Continue reading

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It is up to YOU…….

It puzzles me as to how much interest my work-life balance blog entries have gained.  It is almost as if people are suddenly realising the importance of having such a balance in their lives – or that it actually is a possibility. … Continue reading

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Another lesson in leadership…

I have talked a lot about leadership in these posts. Fundamentally,the most important thing is that you model what you expect. As a leader, people watch everything you do, they analyse everything that you so. Everything is monitored closely, therefore … Continue reading

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Teaching Resilience…………

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”   ~Nelson Mandela~ The children are very excited as we will be welcoming Gail Emms into our school tomorrow.  We have been building the … Continue reading

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