TERRY PRONE: Jeremy Corbyn is fuelled by principles but a sense of direction is sadly lacking

Jeremy Corbyn is not the cause of all of Labour’s problems, but is nonetheless central to them, writes Terry Prone.

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TERRY PRONE: Trump’s empty adjectives mean we should be very, very worried

Occasionally, Trump loses the run of himself and allows his paired adverbs to breed like rabbits, writes Terry Prone.

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TERRY PRONE: Paintballing and wall climbing are not the only ways to build a great team

He had no interest in methodology to measure outcomes. He was in pure Nike mode: Just do it, says Terry Prone about team-building.

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TERRY PRONE: Some ideas on giving Donald Trump a piece of your mind, Taoiseach

Terry Prone advises Enda Kenny on how to approach Donald Trump ahead of his St Patrick’s Day visit to America.

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TERRY PRONE: Defending Blindboy Boatclub’s free speech and ‘haunted bread’

Respect may be vouchsafed, out of good manners. But demanding it — particularly of a comedian in a plastic bag — may be unrealistic, writes Terry Prone

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TERRY PRONE: If you too have had enough, join me for some ‘Mr T’ leave-taking

Ritual progress doesn’t quite constitute news. Not news in the way the growing survival numbers in the avalanchehit hotel felt like news, says Terry Prone.

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TERRY PRONE: No Damascene conversion for Donald Trump and foolish to expect one

Media has yet to come to terms with the revolutionary change created by this man, writes Terry Prone

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TERRY PRONE: Despite their protestations to the contrary, it’s still a man’s world

Values are lived and demonstrable in the lives of those living them, writes Terry Prone.

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TERRY PRONE: Be resolute in 2017 and focus attention on the individuals around you

Attention needs to be paid to individuals by individuals, rather than to The Workforce by The Management, says Terry Prone. 

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TERRY PRONE: Towering above the rest in a selfless act of relentless self-promotion

Ireland calls today St Stephen’s Day for many reasons, mostly religious, writes Terry Prone. It beats Britain’s ‘Boxing Day’ with its reference to the chaos in which most of us stand today: Leftover boxes, bags, ribbons, and worrying spare electronic bits.

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TERRY PRONE: Time to sing the praises of those who come to the aid of others

Heimlich’s passing, this week, serves as a reminder of the importance of rescuers, writes Terry Prone

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TERRY PRONE: It’s time to hear the sober truth about office Christmas parties

For many of us, the office Christmas party can put a serious damper on the festive spirit, writes Terry Prone.

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TERRY PRONE: Smartphone photos offer people another way to record themselves

Photographs used to be a passive storage device ... now, they are an active, ever-present form of exhibitionism, writes Terry Prone

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