Category: Linkedin

  • Performance Review Meetings

    In my experience, the full benefit of performance reviews is not typically achieved. My top three suggestions to increase their effectiveness are:                     No surprises: An individual should not be surprised by feedback at a performance review. Feedback should be given throughout the year so the individual knows […]

  • Leadership and Followership

    Well I’m not sure if I love this or hate it but I certainly think it is interesting! The key point that I take from this is the importance of the first follower. After all, leadership does not exist without followers and the first follower shows others how to follow. As the guy on the video […]

  • MBA Coaching Programme

    The full-time MBA class of 2010/11 in the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business have completed their first semester and have dealt with all the challenges that this brings. Alongside their busy academic schedule, they are now also endeavouring to work out what the MBA will mean for their future careers. To support them with […]

  • An example of Inspirational Leadership

     There is much talk these days about a lack of leadership in many areas of society in Ireland. I would like to take this opportunity to share an example of inspirational leadership. Young Social Innovators (YSI) is an organisation whose mission is to develop young people as social innovators. Their model is not dissimilar to […]

  • George Lee on Myers Briggs

    An interesting 20 minute slot with George Lee on Myers Briggs. It gives a great overview of the tool and how useful it can be for development in an for individuals and teams in an organisational context. I am looking forward to facilitating such a session with a team in a couple of weeks.