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Jobsuche

thanks for the entry. It would be intresting to read something like this on "Sakorzy and Obama" :-)

If you find something like this, it would much appreciated it, if you could post that.

Mark Mapstone

Hi Bob,

I'm aware that this comment is not relevant to your blog post directly, so I am not expecting this reply to go public.

I just wanted to present a case study I have been working on with a client, which may interest you and tackles the subject of coaching and mentoring. The link for the article is http://springccr.co.uk/coaching-at-work and there is a free press pack available to download with assets should you wish to create your own content or share the information internally or externally.

Please let me know if you have any issues with the pack, or require files in any other format, as I will be only too happy to help. Please also let me know (or leave a comment on the moderated page) if you would like to receive further press packs from Spring in future. If I don't hear from you, I will always assume you do not.

All the best - Mark

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