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How To Build Psychological Safety For Better Team Results

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 13/07/2021 COVID-19 continues to challenge our sense of psychological safety. Many people are unsure how best to behave and miss the more casual interactions that help us ‘know where we stand’. While we debate the need for hybrid working, mixing working from home with a return to the office, there is somethi...
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A-Typical Working Coronavirus/Covid-19
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How to successfully re-open the ‘Craic’ Economy

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 13/05/2021 The well-known economist, David McWilliams, loves to coin phrases to address new situations. The creator of unforgettable terms such as ‘The Pope’s Children’, ‘Breakfast Roll Man’ and the ‘Ghost Estates’ has not been found wanting during the current economic whirlwind. The sector facing the biggest...
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Coronavirus/Covid-19
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Collaborate and Communicate To Get Results

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 03/03/2021 Another work day dawns and our work location for the majority of us is our kitchen table, bedroom or if you are fortunate, a quiet room away from the children. Many of us miss face to face contact with our colleagues, the office water cooler chats, unplanned brainstorming and ‘in the moment’ huddle...
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Everyone Needs A Mentor

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 06/01/2021 It’s 2021 and you have set out personal and professional new year goals and resolutions. The challenge is: how to action and sustain them? We all know that it’s hard to change behaviour after the initial glow of the new year resolution begins to fade. Our advice is to consider getting a Mentor to ...
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Getting the most out of your Remote Onboarding Programme

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 07/12/2020 Following on from their excellent session at the recent Annual Review of Employment Law, Karl O’Connor, OCN Coaching Champions Ltd and Ashling O’Connor, Sales Enablement Program Manager at Zendesk provides some tips and advice to get the most from your remote onboarding programme. Q. Could you prov...
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Recruitment and Selection
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Performance Management in a Remote World - More Tips

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 01/10/2020 Coaching for line Managers was once again rated as one of the most important performance management issues, second only to employee engagement, in the CIPD 2020 survey of HR Practices in Ireland. But months into the pandemic, many employers are finding performance management extremely challenging. ...
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Create A Cycle Of Success To Ramp Up Performance

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 04/08/2020 A re-occurring theme leaders face when reviewing their team and individual direct reports performance is: ‘how do we know what to focus on? Where do we start?’ As coaches, we have been asked these questions many times across different industries. The topic is particularly relevant now as leaders fo...
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Coaching Has A New Relevance During Covid-19

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 05/06/2020 Things fall apart the centre cannot hold. Commentators frequently invoke Yeats’ lines when describing a chaotic situation. Most of us have emerged from those early chaotic days of converting our co-located teams to 100% virtual. And we’re managing. Or are we? This new working world demands a diffe...
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Coronavirus/Covid-19
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How To Manage And Motivate Remotely: 7 Tips For Success

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 02/04/2020 A period of crisis leadership under former Taoiseach Charles J. Haughey was described as GUBU: grotesque, unbelievable, bizarre and unprecedented. This acronym helps to describe the current COVID-19 challenges. For managers suddenly thrust into the role of managing remote teams, at a time when ever...
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Coronavirus/Covid-19
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How To Make More Effective Decisions: Use Evidence

Posted in: Coaching in the Moment on 03/02/2020 Picture this commonplace scenario: you have just arrived into a new city and you want to book a suitable restaurant, but where do you start? For example, you could check Trip-advisor, ask the hotel concierge, consult with family and friends who have visited the city before for their recommendations...