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There used to be a mistaken view that if you put prospective managers through tough muddy cold survival courses on the moors etc you could choose the most likely prospective high flyers
Wrong? and I suggest an entirely new concept in choosing high flyers who will survive and suggest the following group form a brain storming session to outline the tactics

Tony Bliar
Beckham
The lead scriptwriter for eastenders
a 2.5m pounds a year marathon runner
Hesky
Prescott
Mandelson

Any other suggestions where performance is overcome by survival tactics

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jACKO!S Plastic butcher

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Michael Howard
All social workers
All teachers
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Me (for putting up with Mrs H)

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All social workers



oh dear Invis expect you know who to be looking for a pick axe handle

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Yes, pabird, I am pushing my luck! <img src="/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

Maybe she won't look on here for a while....

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All social workers



oh dear Invis expect you know who to be looking for a pick axe handle


I've far more subtle ways of dealing with him now Pabird!!! <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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what the lists of people for? i didnt get it


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Don't knock the Social Workers !

Knock the authorities that provide their salary, (or should that be pittance ??)

The majority of 'em have their clients interest at heart, but lack resources and have to work very long hours for very little reward.

Project (social) workers in the private sector receive far more training and support that their counter-parts in the public sector !

No change there, then !

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Well you're noted for your bizarre sense of humour BJR!

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That's OK then, Invis !

Big Tone's on his way out and the Right Wing WILL return !

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Big Tone IS right wing!

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Not one for picking a verbal invis but Tone is not right or left wing of any party
He is 100% Tone and what ever he decides is best for Tone is the policy for the day
Lets remember he has at one time or another taken "personal" interest in improving the situation with regards to "crime figures" "The NHS"
"eDUCATION eDUCATION eDUCATION" The Euro debate (there is no debate we ain!t aving it) Banning hunting with dogs (he still lets her out minus a lead)
There are various other areas of failure in which Tone has expressed special interest not least his comment circa 9 years ago that senior citizens would share in the countries wealth
Tone is for Tone

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Wasn't he a one time member of CND!?

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I believe so and also some close runs with the communist party

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Well yes I reckon you're right there pabird. Of course this is true of all politicians but our Tone has perfected the art!

I met Cherie a couple of months ago, you know.

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Well yes I reckon you're right there pabird. Of course this is true of all politicians but our Tone has perfected the art!

I met Cherie a couple of months ago, you know.


You old name dropper!! <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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Could be Lass he is her special advisor on decorum




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