A glass half empty?

I wonder why so many of us tend to focus on the negative aspects of an issue? It seems that our default position is that the glass is half empty? What would happen if we were to take a more holistic approach by weighing up both the negative and positive dimensions? The recent NAO publication […]

A glass half empty?

Posted by: on Jan 24, 2015 | No Comments

I wonder why so many of us tend to focus on the negative aspects of an issue? It seems that our default position is that the glass is half empty? What would happen if we were to take a more holistic approach by weighing up both the negative and positive dimensions? The recent NAO publication […]

Resolutions & Reflections why now?

Resolutions & Reflections why now?

Posted by: on Jan 16, 2015 | No Comments

I wonder why we cram in so much ‘celebration’ at this time of the year, followed by reflecting on the past year and planning out the next one? With the 12th Night behind us, I’ve been mulling over these thoughts as I take down the Christmas tree and put the decorations back in the loft […]

Time to think?

Time to think?

Posted by: on Dec 18, 2014 | No Comments

For me, 2014 has been fast-moving, changing and challenging – especially in the last three months. Where has the year gone? Why did I not have time to reflect and post some blogs? As we approach the Christmas break, I’ve taken time out to stand back and think about things. Since September, life has been […]

Street Wisdom – some reflections

Street Wisdom – some reflections

Posted by: on Sep 16, 2014 | No Comments

A stroll to clear my head or a wander to gather my thoughts has featured in my life for as long as I can remember. However, it’s difficult to do this in a busy city like London. When my friend David Pearl introduced me to Street Wisdom it seemed to me to be the perfect […]

Starting to notice buildings – guest blog

Posted by: on Sep 11, 2014 | No Comments

This blog is the work of a millennial! Ciara is starting her career and knows very little about work, the workplace or the workforce.  She has agreed to join the Beyond the Workplace Big Conversation to learn more about the topic and to provide her views on life, buildings, workplaces and things associated with such.  […]