Newsletter 13 : 12 march 2009
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Spring greetings from those skipping lambs, Kay and Jeremy.
Welcome to our newsletter, particularly if you’re a new subscriber. Back numbers are now available on the website. Our policy is to offer a change from other people’s newsletters which do demand an awful lot of reading…
Sometimes, if you stand on the bottom rail of a bridge and lean over to watch the river slipping slowly away beneath you, you will suddenly know everything there is to be known.
Winnie-the-Pooh, fictional bear created by AA Milne
If you understand, things are just as they are; if you do not understand, things are just as they are.
An internet musicbox. [3:07]
The creation of the world—according to Computer.
Of course, one could never transfer Ian Dunbar’s amusing take on training dogs to the workplace, could one?
Here at emotional intelligence at work, we believe that building and maintaining productive relationships is key to successful business. With clients, this has to start before you’ve even met them, with the network of contacts you use to get leads and referrals. NRG understands that this doesn’t happen by magic and their great advantage is their ability to provide what DW Winnicott would have called a ‘facilitating environment’ in which their members’ networking can be done as effectively as possible. Operating in south, south west and mid England, they run civilised lunches with useful seminars attached. Kay and Jeremy are both members; Jeremy has been a member since day 1 (in 2004) and reckons he gets 75% of his business by value through NRG.
“Like many other people, I’ve been made redundant. I know that I need to pick myself up and get looking for something straight away but I feel a little lost… All I want is a career that I don’t mind going to every morning.”
Before reading the ‘expert’’s reply, think how you would approach this subject.
If you have been, thank you for reading this
Kay and Jeremy
Compiled by Jeremy Marchant . added 28 march 2015 . image: screen grab