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Portfolio Career: Is management ready for the “liquid workforce”?

Portfolio Career: Is management ready for the “liquid workforce”?

🕔11:08, 20.Apr 2017

More and more workers choose a portfolio career: do managers know how to lead them?   This article originally appeared in the April 2017 issue of London Business Matters by Susan HayesCulleton, the London Chamber of Commerce Magazine. Businesses are rarely sustainable in

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International trade after Brexit: Susan talks about amazing opportunities at Dublin LEO

International trade after Brexit: Susan talks about amazing opportunities at Dublin LEO

🕔14:47, 7.Apr 2017

How do you create your own opportunities? Many Irish SMEs are uncertain at the moment on the topic of international trade after Brexit: will agreements have to be renegotiated? Will the whole picture shift? And how? It seems that it’s

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The 100 Year Life: Plan for it, because it’s coming, and it’s here to stay – for a long time

The 100 Year Life: Plan for it, because it’s coming, and it’s here to stay – for a long time

🕔09:21, 2.Mar 2017

Are you ready to live to 100 years old? This was the subject of my presentation to Business in the Community Northern Ireland, as part of their “Age in the Workplace’ initiative. A study recently published in the Lancet highlights

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CETA What Does It Mean? Positive developments for businesses, professionals and employees – but not all

CETA What Does It Mean? Positive developments for businesses, professionals and employees – but not all

🕔22:09, 1.Mar 2017

What is CETA, and what does it mean? CETA, the “Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement”, is the new Canada – EU trade deal that has taken eight years to hammer out. It opens up many doors for Ireland to sell into

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My Time-Tested, Go-To 10 Tips To Be More Effective

My Time-Tested, Go-To 10 Tips To Be More Effective

🕔17:32, 13.Jan 2017

If you could be more effective, how would that change your daily life? Would you feel more in control, less stressed? Would you feel more confident that you are getting the important things done? Here are ten strategies to be

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How To Have More Energy At Work: Building Professional Resilience

How To Have More Energy At Work: Building Professional Resilience

🕔10:45, 1.Dec 2016

A version of this article first appeared in Legal-Island‘s Annual Review –  (Ireland’s Employment Law Hub – the one-stop-shop for HR professionals) – (Author: Susan HayesCulleton)   How to have more energy at work: practicing resilience   A few weeks ago

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The Future Of Accountancy – The Next 90 Years

The Future Of Accountancy – The Next 90 Years

🕔11:32, 2.Nov 2016

This article originally appeared in the June issue of CPA Ireland Magazine (Certified Public Accountants)    In the days of the uberisation of the workforce and the emergence of FinTech (financial services technology), does accountancy have a future? As with

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11 Steps To Create Your Own Opportunities

11 Steps To Create Your Own Opportunities

🕔19:33, 24.Oct 2016

How to create your own opportunities   2016 so far has been a year of surprises. Comfortable assumptions have been sharply called into question and as a result we are all looking for clarity to navigate this landscape of uncertainty.

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Fighting Childhood Obesity: What Really Works And How You Can Help – Yes, You!

Fighting Childhood Obesity: What Really Works And How You Can Help – Yes, You!

🕔14:19, 29.Aug 2016

Fighting Childhood Obesity: The British government recently published its Obesity Strategy, to very mixed reviews. Critics say that the plan has been watered down and won’t be effective to fight against the worrying rise of obesity in the UK, especially childhood obesity.

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6 Searching Questions to Ask Yourself for Truer, Bigger Success

6 Searching Questions to Ask Yourself for Truer, Bigger Success

🕔10:41, 22.Jul 2016

Be more successful when you ask yourself these 6 questions In my mentees and in the audiences I speak to, I often sense this disconnect: they act on the assumption that who they are isn’t what the world wants to

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