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  • The power – and rarity – of good corporate writing

    Today in the FT, Michael Skapinker laments the lack the clarity, conviction and openness in today’s corporate writing – and says that CEOs must take responsibility.   ‘It is time for chief executives to write for themselves, or hire one decent writer, and tell it straight.’   http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a1c5e76e-5872-11e4-942f-00144feab7de.html#axzz3GxRfpZWC    

    23 October 2014
  • Communication more valued than strong leadership, says Reed report

    http://www.hrmagazine.co.uk/hro/news/1146521/communication-valued-strong-leadership-reed-report          

    16 October 2014
  • Authenticity and the political interview

    Is the political interview dead? Why do we so rarely hear politicians being candid or engaging? Newsnight editor Ian Katz writers powerfully in the Financial Times on updating the contract between journalists and politicians, and making the political interview ‘a more illuminating and rewarding form, a source of light as well as heat.’ Ian Katz, ‘The […]

    2 October 2014
  • Team London Volunteering Launch

    AGL at Team London Volunteering Launch with the Mayor of London  

    7 July 2014
  • Volunteering: the answer to youth unemployment?

    The Daily Telegraph: Volunteering: the answer to youth unemployment? 4th June 2014 Q: How does Zak, a bright 17-year-old from Hackney, get on the jobs’ ladder? He can’t find work because he lacks experience. He is unable to gain experience because he cannot find work. A: Zak should join a rapidly expanding social network called […]

    27 June 2014