Marianne Broadbent is a leadership and executive search consultant who works every day with women and men making career decisions and life choices. Her multiple careers, from high school teacher to global business executive, have been experienced alongside raising four children in a ‘guilt free environment’ and sustaining long term relationships. She provides sharp and informed insights through working with organisations and teams to build and sustain great talent. She shares her personal experiences of taking career risks, making multiple choices and managing a ‘blended life’ in our new modern paradigm where careers aren’t as linear as they once were, and diversity and risks are required to achieve success. She complements this with the thoughts and words of 24 executives who willingly provide their personal and career perspectives on their own trade-offs and ‘getting on with it’.
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales has a leading national role in developing and promoting understanding of the archaeological, built and maritime heritage of Wales, as the originator, curator and supplier of authoritative information for individual, corporate and governmental decision makers, researchers, and the general public.
The East India Company at Home, 1757–1857 explores how empire in Asia shaped British country houses, their interiors and the lives of their residents. It includes chapters from researchers based in a wide range of settings such as archives and libraries, museums, heritage organisations, the community of family historians and universities. It moves beyond conventional academic narratives and makes an important contribution to ongoing debates around how empire impacted Britain. The volume focuses on the propertied families of the East India Company at the height of Company rule. From the Battle of Plassey in 1757 to the outbreak of the Indian Uprising in 1857, objects, people and wealth flowed to Britain from Asia. As men in Company service increasingly shifted their activities from trade to military expansion and political administration, a new population of civil servants, army officers, surveyors and surgeons journeyed to India to make their fortunes. These Company men and their families acquired wealth, tastes and identities in India, which travelled home with them to Britain. Their stories, the biographies of their Indian possessions and the narratives of the stately homes in Britain that came to house them, frame our explorations of imperial culture and its British legacies.
Proceedings of the 10th Australasian Urban History, Planning History Conference
Author: David Nichols
Publisher: UoM Custom Book Centre
Category: City planning
"The conference explores past and future approaches to managing and designing for growth, development and decline. This goes beyond debates over density, frontier development and renewal. It includes new fields of historical, policy and social research which inform discussion of heritage, growth, environmental, economic and other issues of urban life and urban form. " -- p. iii.
Comprising the Several Counties, Cities, Boroughs, Corporate and Market Towns, Parishes, Chapelries, and Townships, with Historical and Statistical Descriptions : Illustrated by Maps of the Different Counties ; and a Map of Wales, Shewing the Principal Towns, Roads, Railways, Navigable Rivers, and Canals ; and Embellished with Engravings of the Arms of the Cities, Bishopricks, Corporate Towns, and Boroughs ; and of the Seals of the Several Municipal Corporations ; with an Appendix Describing the Electoral Boundaries of the Several Boroughs, as Defined by the Late Act
From its earliest dwellings to the towers of its modern built environment, the city of Melbourne is recorded in this book. It charts the features that create the city's spatial character and also examines the greater issues of preservation versus development and urban planning.
Attractively illustrated exhibition catalogue which examines the work and influence of the painter/teacher George Bell. Through the work of his students and colleagues, Bell's contribution to the development of Australian art is explored. Includes a catalogue of works, a chronology of Bell's life and a select bibliography.