For those with interests in animals and wildlife London has a remarkable range of urban, suburban and rural attractions.
Many Project Managers are aware of the requirements for ‘soft’ skills. This is often seen as dealing with people within teams, as stakeholders, in public.
However, an indication of the maturity and sophistication of a culture or society in which a project manager may practice can be observed by the treatment of animals – domesticated, farmed and in wildlife.
London has a mixed history in centuries past in such matters but currently has an aware and positive outlook. There are many places of interest to visit, institutions with London bases and open spaces.
There are opportunities for project management skills in the leisure and entertainment sectors related to animals and wildlife; also in animal charities; in agriculture – from improving production to bringing products to market – in UK and globally.
Places to Visit
including the Palm House and Temperate House
Mudchute City Farm, E14 3HP; Surrey Docks Farm SE16; Oasis/Jamie’s farm, Waterloo
South Bank, SE1
From 1794 – Grade II listed – also now an art gallery and cultural centre. Plus other residue of peak horse occupation […]
Former home of Charles Darwin – Downe, Kent
… outside Greater London boundary and M25.
… the lungs of London
…and other outer green spaces.
– Hyde Park, Green Park, St James’s Park, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill, Kensington Gardens, Richmond Park, Bushy Park, Greenwich Park, Brompton […]