Monthly Archives: September 2011

Foundation for Peace helps sufferers with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

I was an observer at a session organised by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace on “Living with Trauma” for people and their families who had suffered with trauma. Ex-servicemen and woman, and those working in the emergency services can suffer with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for many years after their service. The […]
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Neighbourhood Planning

Connectivity and Mind the Gap Research and Training are meeting today to discuss Neighbourhood Planning and to explore the synergies we could bring to local groups, developers and Local authorities.
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Police and Peace

As part of my role as business advisor to the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, I sat in one of their training sessions for the Merseyside Police. The workshop was for Family Liaison Officers and Emergency Call takers. The aim was to help them to deal with critical incidents. Trevor, who had lost […]
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Why are meetings unproductive?

The season of ‘meetings and mellow fruitfulness’ in upon us. Now that many people are back from holidays there are lots of emails flying around trying to arrange meetings. Are your meetings as productive as they might be? My research aims to get to the root causes of the problem. Please go to Productive Meetings […]
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