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13 November 2012


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Debbie Kearns

You make it sound not only so obvious - which I guess it is - but easy - and most of us non-politicians don't ave our tone and mood always under management - but then Pell is more or less a politician isn't he?

Trevor Cook

it's not easy especially when the issue is big but if you are the leader of a major organisation or institution it is just part of the skill set you have to have

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