It’s OK to talk about it

Image from: Shaw Trust - Community Mental Health and Wellbeing  Bom dia os blogueiros, Today I am taking a pause from my Project Management posts to talk to you about a topic close to my heart - a topic that needs to be talked about more. Mental Health. Did you know that... In 2013, depression was … Continue reading It’s OK to talk about it

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What Chicken Run can teach us about stakeholder management

Boa noite, os blogueiros! Want to read the whole story? Check out my previous blog posts on what Chicken Run can teach us about Project Management. I would recommend you read my previous blog posts on "What Chicken Run can teach us about project management", “What Chicken Run can teach us about stakeholder identification” and "What … Continue reading What Chicken Run can teach us about stakeholder management

What Chicken Run can teach us about stakeholder analysis

Boa noite, os blogueiros! If you want to to be completely savvy with Stakeholder Management, I would recommend you read my previous blog post on “What Chicken Run can teach us about stakeholder identification” before you carry on reading this one! In this blog post I will be explaining what the Aardman Animations film, Chicken … Continue reading What Chicken Run can teach us about stakeholder analysis

What Chicken Run can teach us about stakeholder identification

Boa tarde, os blogueiros, Following my previous blog post, "What Chicken Run can teach you about project management", in this blog post I will be explaining what the Aardman Animations film, Chicken Run, teaches us about Identifying Stakeholders. As you may have guessed, the term “stakeholder” originates from the word ‘stockholder’, which is, to put … Continue reading What Chicken Run can teach us about stakeholder identification

Get Listening (in French)

A fantastic piece by my good friend Lily – I definitely recommend a read. Hint: There’s revision tips for language students here!!!

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After singing the praises of audiobooks in my last post, I was eagerly waiting for the next monthly credit to appear in Audible so I could choose my next book. I’d finished reading/listening (even after that post, I still can’t quite decide how you consume an audiobook) Agnes Grey, and although it cannot touch The Tenant of Wildfell Hall in terms of subject matter nor the emotional rollercoaster, I would certainly recommend it. Agnes can be a bit annoying with her self-righteousness and she can be rather po-faced, but I think the very honest a real portrayal of governesses in the 19th century is not something to be overlooked. A lot of praise is given to Jane Eyre – and rightly so – but this is quite obviously not a real, or at least not a run-of-the-mill, representation of what all the Brontë sisters had to endure as governesses…

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