I’ve been spending time writing a book about the Sutton St James’ Cheshire church tower, bells and the ringers who have kept them going for the last 150 years. It is about to be published and copies are available at £10 plus postage. Please message me or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy. … Continue reading
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Struggling with too much to do? How to free up time and focus on the important stuff…
I don’t think in over 30 years I’ve ever got to the end of my To Do list, nor felt I have enough hours in the day. Making sure I use my time wisely is essential and here’s the best way I’ve found. It comes (for those who like the background) from Stephen Covey’s book … Continue reading
Collaboration – what car do you drive?
Working from home means tools that help us work together are far more important to our efficiency and productivity. If the software you use was a car, what model would you be driving? Do you still drive a manual Ford Escort with manual heating, few safety features and a MW/LW radio that feels familiar from … Continue reading
My Microsoft Teams Top Tip – Presenting in meeting.
I’m currently rolling out MS Teams as part of a transformation programme, and am personally delivering training across the organisation. Why? I hear you ask….. Well for two reasons Its like back to the floor for me, allowing me to spend time with a wide range of people; its amazing what I’ve been learning and … Continue reading
Thoughts working from home
It’s OK to find it hard at times. We have lost many of our structures and routines and normal channels of social contact. Most don’t like to own up to finding things hard, but it’s normal to struggle at the best of times and especially now. Be brave; talk about what you are finding difficult … Continue reading