The inquest into the tragic helicopter crash at Vauxhall in January 2013 is not yet finished, and I have not heard all the evidence. But yesterday the press reported a couple of items from the evidence given in court which are very thought-provoking for safety behaviourists. We often think about the “Barriers” or the “Why-Not’s?”
We are delighted to be managing, for the 9th successive year, work placements for MA students on the Goldsmiths’ University MA in Arts Management and Cultural Policy. We’ll place 60+ students all over London’s arts world for 2-3 days per week for three months. There is no cost to the host organisations, and the scheme
Q. What should you do, being a manager, when Charlie tells you or makes you feel that he doesn’t want to do what you’ve asked? A. First, satisfy yourself that he can do it, that he has the skill and capability. If not, address that with practical help, training and support. But if that’s not
A fun tradition has recently been repeated in my household for, probably (alas) the last time – I’ve finished reading WATERSHIP DOWN by Richard Adams to my youngest daughter. This epic tale of a band of voyaging rabbits is coloured with hundreds of animal characters, many of them brilliantly drawn with verbal quirks and ticks
Stick to a realistic plan. Theoretically we all know we should do this, both in the gym and at work, but there are lots of obstacles to doing so. We might be distracted by glancing at something of interest on a screen; we might persuade ourselves that tiredness is forcing us to cut
…that term is starting at City Lit, London’s largest centre for adult learning, featuring two courses from TJHP including our new colleague Mark Slaughter… …and that Stevenage FC are at last relegated from League One. Sniff. It’s been fun.
We’re thrilled to announce that Mark Slaughter, arts marketing guru, executive coach, and member of ukelele trio “The Martini Encounter” (yes really) will be joining the TJHP team delivering arts administration courses at City Lit – London’s centre for adult learning – from May.