This week I have learned:
- the language that people use in CVs is almost always utter tosh. All one generally learns is how unwilling people are to leave the herd.
- I feel that I am on the precipice of some really important work.
- getting people to stop doing things is an underrated part of transformation.
- I cannot stress enough the benefit of having a coach.
- Sharing experiences with people in similar roles is so undervalued.
- I fear a muse issue next week: a big hairy report to write but will my writing brain be switched on at the same times when I have available space to write?
- my parents have now been married for 50 years. I knew that before, obvs. But it happened this week.
- I’ve heard of two offices this week in London where there were confirmed COVID cases that have sent others home into self isolation. This is not going to be a quick return to normal.
- I worry about my parents missing out on being able to do things in what we all know are the later stages of their lives.
- I worry about my kids missing out on being able to do things in what are suppose to be the carefree bits of theirs.
- I have now visited pubs twice. Mainly in the gardens. Observing social distancing rules. I have missed pubs.
- the view from Parliament Hill is stunning.
- football’s a load of old bollocks really.
Next week: relegation
The week in photos: