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Hi Henry,I'm reading your Manifesto at the monemt and loving it. SHARE's come a long way since we worked together and we're a pretty happy organisation I think we do a lot of the things you talk about but there's still a lot to do, and in particular to make sure that we're not only happy, but also high performing. Recently got IiP bronze, and we've refocussed our recruitment so that there's a bias towards attitude. Transparency and ensuring that everyone has a voice means that we're weathering the funding squeeze much better than a lot of organisations, because everyone's part of the solution. Hope all's well with you, and thank you for your inspirational writing.Annie xps you might enjoy my novel, Charity Begins with Murder see Amazon Kindle store or Lulu.com for the paperback.

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