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From a Cynic to a Mentor - A Personal Reflection on Mentoring

By Bill Osborne, Director, VSB Foundation

When I first started my working life in the mid-seventies I was for many years somewhat sceptical of the concept of formal external mentoring and perhaps viewed the need for a mentor as sign of insecurity or worse a lack of confidence in one’s own ability.

Are Board Resignations a Good Thing and to be Encouraged?

By Brendan Mullan, Principal Consultant, Virtus Consultancy

Generally speaking the existence, never mind the role and responsibilities of Boards, never hit the headlines until a Director or Directors resign. Recently the resignation of the chairman of the Co-Operative Bank played out slowly in the media and closer to home the resignation of a group of Directors at Sport NI attracted media attention.

How your Leadership Style is Impacting Employee Engagement

By Angela Schettino, Senior HR Consultant , Think People Consulting

Given the now extensive research linking Performance directly to Employee Engagement, most leaders are aware that the business of ‘Engaging’ employees is no longer considered a “soft” topic.

By Olwen Lyner, Chief Executive, NIACRO

After 28 years of receiving European Social Fund (ESF) money, NIACRO was informed on the afternoon of 26th March that our latest bid had been unsuccessful.

Gavin Megaw

By Gavin Megaw, Director at www.hanovercomms.com

“Not many things exceed your expectations these days, but this did.” That is what I said when I was asked about a recent trip to the Grand Canyon. I can easily say the same about the CO3 Conference at the Slieve Donard Hotel in Newcastle, Northern Ireland.