Thoughts for tomorrow

by Captain Walker

Categories: CW

“No one wants to spend whole mornings in committees whose conclusions will never be noticed, or will be overruled.”

–  Handy 1999

Attitude is “a mental and neural state of readiness to respond which is organised through experience and exerts a directive and/or dynamic influence on behaviour”.

– Engel and Blackwell 1982


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