New Year ResolutionsPosted in : HR Updates on 4 January 2011
Emer Hinphey writes:
It’s that time of year again? Time to look back, time to look forward. As you reflect on the year gone past and prepare for the year ahead, what are the lessons learned and resolutions you will make for next year?
I’ve canvassed a few of my friends & colleagues for their resolutions for 2011, here’s what they’ve said:
"My work resolution for 2011 is to focus on more and more innovative approaches to our training and development approaches. Personally, having pretty much stopped working weekends, I’m going to move my work/life resolution to the next stage and I’m going to start doing the lottery!!!"
Myself, Emer Hinphey, thinkPeople Consulting Ltd
"To be more
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