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The process by which a normal provincial lodge managed to recruit twenty new members in four years. Drawn from the book ‘Things to do when you have nothing to do’.
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Dr David West gained his first degree in Philosophy from the University of Exeter and his doctorate of and in Philosophy from the University of Leicester. He taught at universities in England and Canada. His business career included Ford and Xerox. He served on government committees on the future of work, was an adviser to a Cabinet Minister and founded The Working Manager Ltd, creating the core content of its management education process. He is a member of four lodges and four chapters under the English Constitution.
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