For Those of you who have read my previous blogs you may know that I have a passionate interest in criminology and especially in hate crime. Hate crime has been growing in recent times in the UK since the announcement of the Brexit referendum poll. It was sad to witness in the UK a staggering […]
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I recently read an article in a local newspaper. It referred to a video of a man being unbelievably cruel to a dog. He was later found guilty of the offence and fined heavily. Often, we find that animals seem to have inexplicable dislikes for some humans and this might explain why. One of my […]
Congratulations to Leicester City football club: Premiership champions from a premier city with the premium of having a great University.
Presentation skills are important in business. The ability to convincingly assert your point is something that many of us are called upon to do, but don’t have the requisite skills to always accomplish. Presentations are now central to many job interviews, business meetings and electronic communications. Not to mention training interventions. One of my former roles […]
I have enjoyed blogging but times are a’ changing. I’ve been busy reading for my dissertation (as if that needed mentioning again) and trying to sort out my life as final year approaches along with all the many responsibilities I signed up for in the previous year, seeming to converge on me at once. Which includes […]
I passed! I’m not allowed to give you any details so I’ll tell you about the experience. The staff are really friendly and they made it easy for people who didn’t know what the beep test is (oops) to warm up and stretch. The trainers were really friendly and motivating, they encouraged us to try […]