It’s been a Curate’s Egg of a few weeks for dear old Auntie

The Beeb has experienced a time that has, for some within its ranks, been good in parts and bad in others.

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It’s nearly a week on from THAT INTERVIEW and I still feel a sense not only of frustration and anger but also sadness and sorrow.

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12 Months on

As I write this, the World is in the twelfth month since it began to undergo radical change. An entire year since, Country by Country, the human race began to deal with the assault upon the very survival of its way of life, for millions its very existence, by an unseen, all-powerful living being: Covid-19.

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As our World charges into a New Year full of hope & trepidation, the issues are coming thick & fast

Coronavirus: new strains, National lockdowns, Government responses & consequent appalling economic damage, personal emotional stories about the very best in people but sadly the selfish, mindless side too & then always with us, the destruction of lives & livelihoods, & the tragic loss of life.

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If Liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear

At the Inauguration of Virginia University in 1819, Thomas Jefferson proclaimed: “This Institution will be based on the illimitable freedom of the human mind. For here we are not afraid to follow truth wherever it may lead, nor to tolerate any error so long as reason is left free to combat it”.

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What makes a good Leader in Business in these turbulent times?

In uncertain times steering a business through unchartered waters Leadership is vital.

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Leadership is easy to recognise but difficult to deliver

Even “natural” leaders have to work at it, never taking particular expectations for granted, privately self-analysing and being prepared to admit mistakes (if only to themselves), learning from them and constantly improving.

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