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Massive rates rises predicted in Horowhenua that will subsidise land developers reaping potential profits of over $100 million

This investigative article about the Horowhenua district is from journalist Veronica Harrod. Read her bio at the end of the article. She raises points which are puzzling people NZ wide, and lifts the curtain somewhat to let you see what is going on in meetings you are not entitled to attend. 2,531 more words

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Cooking and Fundraising

If you, like me, watch the PBS show Endeavor, you know that the days of the week can be

defined by the sandwiches Mrs. Thursday makes for her husband’s lunch.  555 more words

Fundraising

It’s a Good Time for 360 Reviews

As Q4 is fast approaching, many organizations are ramping up to release their 360 reviews.  The purpose of a 360-degree feedback review is to clarify areas in which an employee is excelling, as well as areas in which improvement is needed for the employee.  314 more words

What are your SWOTs???

Early on in my career I received some good advice. My supervisor asked me to put together a Development Plan for the new fiscal year. Being new to the organization, I asked where the plan from the previous year was located. 202 more words

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Create and Manage Custom Developmental Resources for 360-Degree Feedback Participants

Professional development does not begin and end with a 360-degree feedback review. At  the end of every 360-degree feedback review, a participant should have actionable takeaways or recommendations that help them improve in their career. 311 more words

Does Your Organization Have a Development Plan?

For many of our clients, summer brings a bit slower pace…and with it, time to plan for the year ahead.  I am currently working with several clients on either updating or creating an annual Development Plan.  640 more words

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HIDING AND SEEKING – Playing in India's dense cities

Street Cricket. Source: Wikimedia Commons

Early childhood development is strongly influenced by the child’s environment. [1] India has 472 million children (0–18 years), constituting 19% of the world’s children (2011), and out of this, around 130 million children dwell in urban areas. 1,709 more words

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