BURNOUT – A Tale of Two Halves for Leaders

BURNOUT – A Tale of Two Halves for Leaders

Leaders have a duty of care to their employees, which effectively means they must ensure their health, safety and wellbeing, which is predominantly determined by related legislation company policies etc. However, I believe a more important element of this duty of...
The ‘Great Resignation / Reset’ and Motivating Your Employees

The ‘Great Resignation / Reset’ and Motivating Your Employees

The term ‘The Great Resignation’ emanated from the pandemic with between 20-40% of employees in the USA and the UK considering leaving their current jobs.  In a recent survey in Ireland of 1,000 employees, 40% of them strongly agree that their future career lies...
CHOICE – Make Yours Meaningful

CHOICE – Make Yours Meaningful

I would like to share with you a very profound message from the great Edith Eger – you may know of or have read her book ‘The CHOICE’.  In it Edits writes…. ‘Freedom is about CHOICE – about choosing compassion, humour, optimism, intuition, curiosity and...
How to Manage Your Stress Effectively

How to Manage Your Stress Effectively

I am sharing an updated version of my previous article on how to manage stress effectively, because it’s as relevant now, if not more so, than it was a couple of years ago. And so, here in Ireland, practically all Covid19 restrictions have been lifted, quite quickly...
Your Communication Skills Are Central To Your Impact As A Leader

Your Communication Skills Are Central To Your Impact As A Leader

As a leader you rely heavily on your everyday activity of communicating with your employees, and it is an art form. Strong, clear, inspiring and impactful communications are key to your and your team’s success. So how do you rate yourself as an effective communicator?...