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In a meeting this week I asked how people felt about ‘whacking the beehive again’.

We are trying a new ‘change management’ approach (as opposed the University standard of ‘resistance management’) on a major move; part of which involves regularly asking people how they feel about what we’re doing to them and all the things we’re changing. 302 more words


Blooming Great Tea Party

I’m almost certain, you’ll recognise the name Marie Curie. If you didn’t learn in school about the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, Madame Curie female scientist extraordinaire, you’ll surely know all about her namesake charity. 405 more words

These Women Will Kill Us Softly With Their Bio-Shows And Sequins

It’s about damn time. Some of our most famous dames are about to either tell their stories or have them told, on Broadway, in writing and on the silver screen. 648 more words


The Monday Matinee, Episode 9: Prisoners of the Ray

As Lisa Simpson once said, “I know all those words, but that sentence makes no sense.” She was speaking of an archive shot of a cinema marquee saying YAHOO SERIOUS FILM FESTIVAL. 873 more words


Growing Up

Today is Monday, June 12, 2017. Day 21,641. Back to the routine.

“Are you really sure that a floor can’t also be a ceiling?” ~ M. 764 more words


The value and impact of Anticipatory Care Planning

The ALLIANCE came along to our recent national Anticipatory Care Planning launch event and spoke to some of the delegates on the personal and professional value and impact of ACP. 11 more words

Anticipatory Care Planning

Keith Thomas 

Keith Thomas is a powerhouse in his fundraising. He has literally been a one man band and raised nearly £2,000 so far. Keith has been nominated for an award in the fundraising section of the Llanelli star community award. 781 more words