Comments are closed. My resourcesOn 2 Jul 2002 in Personnel Today Sheelagh Geraghty, HR services manager at CISPublications The Financial Times daily for the business round-up andfor general news and business articles. The Guardian on Saturday – its Jobs andMoney section provides a good legal round-up and interesting articles quiteoften focusing on diversity issues – a subject close to my heart. I startedactively reading the HR journals when I took on responsibility for managing aprofessional team. Books I haven’t read many management theory books since completing myCIPD qualifications. However, the one which especially helped me while I wasstudying was Michael Armstrong’s Personnel and the Bottom Line. Charles Handy’sThe Age of Unreason has also inspired me. I keep Tolley’s Employment Handbookon my desk for quick and easy reference to a range of employment issues. JohnGrisham and Michael Crichton have also given me some additional insights intothe corporate world. TV Channel 4 News, Newsnight, Question Time for news and topicalemployment updates. Faking It and Big Brother for the human interest and becauseI love to people watch. Radio John Humphrys and James Naughtie on the Today Programme onRadio 4 in the mornings, as I like to be inspired early in the day and this isoften facilitated by the Thought for the Day segment. Advertisements The ‘Could You?’ television advertisement campaign forattracting candidates to a career with the Police. When Bob Geldolf invitespeople to consider whether they could deal with child abusers, it is powerfuland thought provoking. I also think the ads for the Teacher Training Agency arepowerful and inspirational. They reflect brilliantly the influence goodteachers can have on the young and future generations. Internet www.complinet.com,www.personneltoday.com, www.askjeeves.com.These are all quick sources of information. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.