Monthly Archives: January 2013

Using Logic for Productive Presentations and Reports

University teaching has certainly come on since my day when we had lectures with few opportunities to practice real world skills such as presenting and writing reports. With the Chemical Engineering course at Birmingham University they get to write six … Continue reading

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Sharing Student Bank Accounts

I was asked a few weeks ago – “Should I share a bank account with the other six students in my flat next year to pay the bills?”  With working in IT security and risk management for 20 years my … Continue reading

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Educating the Mind

I have just completed reading The Anatomy of Peace from The Arbinger Institute. The book follows on from their previous publication Leadership and Self-Deception that introduced the concept of self-deception where we can either treat people as objects or people … Continue reading

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