Listening makes a significant difference in the quality of our relationships, but we often miss opportunities to be better listeners.
Listening is a profound sign of respect. 588 more words
Identifying stakeholders is usually one of the trickiest jobs in project management as stakeholders will vary throughout the project. Aside from the several key stakeholders who will normally stick with you to the end, there will be numerous others at different levels of importance who will migrate in and out. 522 more words
Sunderland is all at sea. I don’t need to add to the reams of writing about Ellis Short and the demise of his interest in the club. 804 more words
Stories of disputes between football clubs and their supporters are legion, from those catalogued by Amanda Jacks over at @FSF_Faircop; ticketing and other matchgoing issues on a club-by-club basis through supporters’ groups; or the work done by Supporters Direct on deeper, more structural issues. 1,042 more words
“Difficult people are the greatest teachers” – Pema Chodron, Buddhist Monk
I’ve spent the bulk of my career working in high-pressure corporate environments managing a broad range of personalities. 640 more words