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Here you can find topical blog posts from Praxity’s Executive Director, Græme Gordon, as well as contributions from other Alliance participants and industry commentators.



cocoon
It’s cool to cocoon

When respect becomes a matter of life and death

World news Praxity news
post-millennials to pensioners
Never mind your age. What’s your value?

From post-millennials to pensioners, it’s what you contribute that matters

Praxity news Opinion
Merlin
Learning to let go

When does a love of something become an obsession? And when does an obsession become a danger?

Opinion
Bug
Oh that God the gift to give us...

How do others ‘see‘ us? While it’s absolutely true that ‘you only get one chance to make a first impression’, it’s also true that you constantly make an impression on colleagues, clients and other business contacts.

Praxity news
GG running blog
Devil May Care VS Due Diligence

It’s a battle for all of us to ensure we don’t let our natural desire to take it easy overcome the right thing to do. You’re pitted against the most difficult person to argue with - yourself!

Praxity news Opinion
Alan Nesbitt, Partner at Forrester Boyd
Forrester Boyd Partner Takes on Challenging Charity Cycle

Would you cycle 200 miles for someone you love? Alan Nesbitt, Partner at Forrester Boyd, is doing just that for Alzheimer’s Society in early September.

Praxity news
separation
Six degrees of separation? It could be even less

Many of you will know of the saying that there are only six degrees of separation between you and any other individual on the planet.

Economics Business
Leadership
Leadership decisions: how to engage the right people

Senior managers within professional services should bear in mind two famous sayings when making an important decision.

Business Opinion
GG Blog
When does an accountant become a consultant?

I’m often asked to explain the transition from accountant to consultant and what this means for an individual and their firm.

Accountancy
GG blog
Sabbaticals: just how useful are they?

Can senior managers afford the luxury of a month-long sabbatical in today’s business environment? My answer may surprise you.

Opinion