Who is at the heart of the New Hart’s Rules? Helena Opperman tells us his story. His gloves were neatly folded on the shore; his body was found floating in Youlbury Lake near Oxford. It was 9 October 1916 and a few months into the third year of the First World...
Part two of a four-part series on professionalism. The first post in this series defined professionalism and identified three criteria of being professional. This post discusses the first criterion – specific knowledge and skill – within the context of...
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