Tag Archives: Alvin Hall

I wanna tell you a story

Every picture tells a story, this blog is about storytelling. Some people don’t like stories, they think they’re tricky – like the photo. But good stories surprise you because they make you see things in a different way, they help … Continue reading

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“Who’s on our side?”

  I’m having dinner with TV educationalist Alvin Hall, a man almost as well know for being attacked by ostriches as for his charismatic TV appearances. Looking through the list of other guests at the supper I reckon they represent … Continue reading

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As for saving- our kids could be teaching us!

  The punters just do not want what the pensions industry is trying to sell them   These are the words of the financial editor of the Evening Standard, Anthony Hilton. Hilton expresses his frustration not at the public but … Continue reading

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Morrison’s “Save our Dough” campaign.

Employers don’t spend money on their staff for fun, Employee benefits¬†need to be cost justified and compete for corporate spend against R&D, dividend payments and M&A. While CEOs¬†like to remind their workforces that they are the company’s most valuable asset, … Continue reading

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