Diane Davy writes articles for publication in the national or specialist press. Some of the articles published in recent years are shown below.

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Chandler Associates' Newsletters: a selection of the most recent editions -

Year of the Horse New Year 2014
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Year of Consolidation Winter 2012/2013
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Riding the Tiger of Change Winter 2010/2011
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Adding Value in Risky Times Winter 2009/2010
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A Strategic Approach Autumn/Winter 2008
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Focus on Progress Autumn 2007
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The Year in Focus Winter 2006
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Chandler Associates' Articles:

Business Continuity Planning - a CPD issue?
A basic introduction to BCP, primarily aimed at SMEs, and presented as a learning opportunity. First published on the CPD Institute's website (www.cpdinstitute.org ) in January 2008
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Mentoring and the development of individual performance
Discusses the lasting value of mentoring. First published in Engineering Technology in October 2005, updated 2013
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Science Consultant Targets Technology South Cheshire College.
Diane Davy from Chandler Associates presented a 2 hour talk to our students highlighting the vast array of engineering and technology disciplines. Article written by the College.
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A week in the life of . . . Diane Davy
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Mentoring for business performance
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Remember to keep up appearances
Outlining the value of a professional image for businesses and consultants.
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Business Update Article - Presentation and Mentoring
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A Fresh Perspective
The report of a workshop for women executives, to provide insights into their continuing professional development.
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