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#insights and opinion

From TheJournal.ie 'When you're away from your laptop you tend to become more creative' Insights And Opinion

'When you're away from your laptop you tend to become more creative'

Tools of the trade: Richard Murphy of Zevo Health talks handling stress and Bob Dylan’s sage advice.

From Business ETC 'When you're away from your laptop you tend to become more creative' Tools Of The Trade

'When you're away from your laptop you tend to become more creative'

Tools of the trade: Richard Murphy of Zevo Health talks handling stress and Bob Dylan’s sage advice.

From Business ETC Poll: Should staff have the legal right to switch off from work emails? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Should staff have the legal right to switch off from work emails?

The government is looking at whether a right to disconnect from work emails would function in Ireland.

From Business ETC How failing the Leaving Cert twice helped me establish a global PR company Insight

How failing the Leaving Cert twice helped me establish a global PR company

Persistence following failure is crucial to success.

From Business ETC What Obama can teach us about one of the most common and challenging interview questions Insight

What Obama can teach us about one of the most common and challenging interview questions

Like many communications problems, we can look to politics for a steer on how to prepare.

From TheJournal.ie 'Work hard and be nice to people. I don't think it has to be more comprehensive than that' Insights And Opinion

'Work hard and be nice to people. I don't think it has to be more comprehensive than that'

Tools of the trade: Flying Tiger Copenhagen’s Irish boss on kindness and why llamas trump beetles.

From Business ETC 'Work hard and be nice to people. I don't think it has to be more comprehensive than that' Tools Of The Trade

'Work hard and be nice to people. I don't think it has to be more comprehensive than that'

Tools of the trade: Flying Tiger Copenhagen’s Irish boss on kindness and why llamas trump beetles.

From Business ETC Poll: Do you feel under pressure to work extra hours? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you feel under pressure to work extra hours?

It might relieve the pressure of work demands, but working overtime has its downsides.

From Business ETC How Harry Maguire became a world record transfer - a study in reputation management Insight

How Harry Maguire became a world record transfer - a study in reputation management

Here is what businesses can learn from how the €93 million deal was handled.

From Business ETC Here is what Ireland can learn from Britain's approach to bridging the gender pay gap Insight

Here is what Ireland can learn from Britain's approach to bridging the gender pay gap

It’s more than a year since the introduction of laws requiring big businesses to publish differences in pay.

From TheJournal.ie 'Curiosity has helped me stand out - I've worked since age 16 and I've had seven careers' Insights And Opinion

'Curiosity has helped me stand out - I've worked since age 16 and I've had seven careers'

Open Orphan’s Cathal Friel also talks about the day that most shook his confidence.

From Business ETC Poll: Would a company's values be enough to compel you to change jobs? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Would a company's values be enough to compel you to change jobs?

Workers seem to care less about cash and more about culture when it comes to career choices.

From Business ETC 'Curiosity has helped me stand out - I've worked since age 16 and I've had seven careers' Tools Of The Trade

'Curiosity has helped me stand out - I've worked since age 16 and I've had seven careers'

Open Orphan’s Cathal Friel also talks about the day that most shook his confidence.

From Business ETC People think they will work past 66, here's how employers can plan for an age of longer working Insight

People think they will work past 66, here's how employers can plan for an age of longer working

The cost of living is rising alongside increasing life expectancy, so more people will have to work for longer.

From Business ETC Money doesn’t talk as loudly as it used to - employers need to sell themselves Insight

Money doesn’t talk as loudly as it used to - employers need to sell themselves

A company’s reputation speaks volumes to potential candidates in a way that a salary offer can’t.

From TheJournal.ie 'In our reception we have a fairly large pufferfish made out of 100% recyclable items' Insights And Opinion

'In our reception we have a fairly large pufferfish made out of 100% recyclable items'

The CEO of Cool Planet Experience talks Al Gore, ski lifts and her busy diary.

From Business ETC 'In our reception we have a fairly large pufferfish made out of 100% recyclable items' Tools Of The Trade

'In our reception we have a fairly large pufferfish made out of 100% recyclable items'

The CEO of Cool Planet Experience talks Al Gore, ski-lifts and her busy diary.

From Business ETC Poll: Would concerns over the environment prevent you from flying? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Would concerns over the environment prevent you from flying?

‘Flight shame’ has impacted flights to Ireland from some northern European countries this year.

From Business ETC There is a long road ahead if Ireland is to meet its electric vehicles target Opinion

There is a long road ahead if Ireland is to meet its electric vehicles target

Ireland needs investment in charging infrastructure and a rethink of driver incentives to reach its goal.

From Business ETC Managing a moon shot - what business can learn from how Apollo's reputation was built Insight

Managing a moon shot - what business can learn from how Apollo's reputation was built

In managing reputation, the key lesson is to start from the inside out.

From TheJournal.ie Be wary of the curse of knowledge Insights And Opinion

Be wary of the curse of knowledge

To communicate clearly, you need to be aware of what you might know too well.

From TheJournal.ie 'Talent without ambition is just talent - if you've got the combination of both the sky is the limit' Insights And Opinion

'Talent without ambition is just talent - if you've got the combination of both the sky is the limit'

Colman Walsh, the chief executive of the UX Design Institute, talks priesthood, ambition and triathlons.

From Business ETC 'Talent without ambition is just talent; if you've got the combination of both the sky is the limit' Tools Of The Trade

'Talent without ambition is just talent; if you've got the combination of both the sky is the limit'

Colman Walsh, the chief executive of the UX Design Institute, talks priesthood, ambition and triathlons.

From Business ETC How to stop your business from losing to low-tech fraud Insight

How to stop your business from losing to low-tech fraud

While cybercrime hogs the headlines in this digital age, low-tech fraud continues to be a risk.

From Business ETC Be wary of the curse of knowledge Insight

Be wary of the curse of knowledge

To communicate clearly, you need to be aware of what you might know too well.

From TheJournal.ie 'I used to be motivated by a fear of failure. I kind of got over that' Insights And Opinion

'I used to be motivated by a fear of failure. I kind of got over that'

Gary Lavin, the founder of VitHit, talks fear of failure, managing growth and why he’s not pursuing kombucha.

From Business ETC 'I used to be motivated by a fear of failure. I kind of got over that' Tools Of The Trade

'I used to be motivated by a fear of failure. I kind of got over that'

VitHit founder Gary Lavin talks fear of failure, managing growth and why he’s not pursuing kombucha.

From Business ETC Poll: Would you pay extra rent for the perks of co-living? Work This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you pay extra rent for the perks of co-living?

Shared living remains a hot topic in Ireland as more groups enter the Dublin scene.

From Business ETC Overcoming unconscious biases is crucial to developing a diverse workplace Opinion

Overcoming unconscious biases is crucial to developing a diverse workplace

We need more representation in the workplace for all minority groups living in Ireland

From TheJournal.ie Meet the man making sure that 'real heart' stays at the centre of Dogpatch Labs Startups And Tech

Meet the man making sure that 'real heart' stays at the centre of Dogpatch Labs

Patrick Walsh is eyeing the healthy growth of Dublin’s startup scene as he plots Dogpatch’s expansion.

From TheJournal.ie It's time for women's sport to take the prime time stage following the success of the World Cup Insights And Opinion

It's time for women's sport to take the prime time stage following the success of the World Cup

The curtain may be falling on this inspiring episode in women’s sport, but it can’t be the end of the story.

From TheJournal.ie 'I'm still living in a land where we're starting from scratch - and maybe that's a good thing' Insights And Opinion

'I'm still living in a land where we're starting from scratch - and maybe that's a good thing'

Tina McKenzie, CEO of Grafton Recruitment, talks about over-committing and her dream job that doesn’t exist.

From Business ETC 'I'm still living in a land where we're starting from scratch - and maybe that's a good thing' Tools Of The Trade

'I'm still living in a land where we're starting from scratch - and maybe that's a good thing'

Tina McKenzie, CEO of Grafton Recruitment, talks about over-committing and her dream job that doesn’t exist.

From Business ETC Poll: Would a company's green credentials affect your job choice? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Would a company's green credentials affect your job choice?

Businesses are facing pressure from employees who are worried about their impact on the environment.

From Business ETC How to design change that delivers - the art of change management Insight

How to design change that delivers - the art of change management

Without buy-in from your people, there will be limited and short-term improvement at best.

From Business ETC It's time for women's sport to take the prime time stage following the success of the World Cup Opinion

It's time for women's sport to take the prime time stage following the success of the World Cup

The curtain may be falling on this inspiring episode in women’s sport, but it can’t be the end of the story.

From Business ETC Brexit breeds caution as businesses hold back on investment decisions Opinion

Brexit breeds caution as businesses hold back on investment decisions

Coping with the fall-out will require growth – but companies are reluctant to seek investment.

From Business ETC Meet the man making sure that 'real heart' stays at the centre of Dogpatch Labs Interview

Meet the man making sure that 'real heart' stays at the centre of Dogpatch Labs

Patrick Walsh is eyeing the healthy growth of Dublin’s startup scene as he plots Dogpatch’s expansion.

From TheJournal.ie Artificial intelligence is going to transform business, not just in Ireland, but across the world Insights And Opinion

Artificial intelligence is going to transform business, not just in Ireland, but across the world

Here are the steps that Irish companies should take to unlock AI’s potential.

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think you would be more productive working from home? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think you would be more productive working from home?

Remote working could increase productivity, but it could also decrease one’s commitment to a company.

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