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Community development and regeneration: two encouraging examples (15 May 06)

Itís not enough to know what youíre doing. You have to know how to manage what youíre doing.

Only about half your success comes from knowing your discipline. The other half comes from how well you motivate, lead and organise. Did you know that?

You understand community development and regeneration. But do you know how to manage the many aspects of a project? Do you know how to bring people together, enthuse them and co-ordinate their work?

How …

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