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Joanne Murphy

Leading in Volatile Times

9 April, 2020

Technologically, economically, politically, environmentally the world is shifting beneath our feet. Change is now no longer confined to organisations: it is system wide, interconnected and discontinuous.

Enda

My 6 top tips for having difficult conversations in the online world

9 April, 2020

As much of the world switches to an almost completely online way of working, many of us will be experiencing increased pressures both at home and in the workplace.

Coronavirus and Spanish flu: economic lessons to learn from the last truly global pandemic

20 April, 2020

As news of the global spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) emerged, global financial markets reacted pessimistically and behaved in ways not seen since the 2008 financial crisis.

Clinical Psychology Team

Preserving your well-being and mental health during the Coronavirus crisis

22 April, 2020

"If you are feeling stressed, anxious, scared or even frustrated right now, then you aren’t alone."

How to Improve Your Sleep with Professor Gerry Gormley

5 May, 2020

Getting a good night’s sleep is vital for your health and well being, yet sleep is often not given the priority it deserves.

Joanne Kelly

Covid-19 Resources for Coaching Executives by Joanne Kelly

12 May, 2020

At the Leadership Institute we endorse the power of coaching to positively impact individuals, teams, organisations and communities.

Jason Gonzalez - Mindfulness

Stress Reduction and Personal Stability through Mindfulness

17 May, 2020

Join the William J Clinton Leadership Institute Covid-19 Support webinar series and The Happy Warrior for ‘Stress Reduction and Personal Stability through Mindfulness’.

John Turner - Headshot (cropped)

Covid-19 and the Financial Impact of Pandemics by Prof. John Turner

9 April, 2020

Covid-19 is leaving a trail of human suffering around the globe. In addition, in order to fight the pandemic and flatten the curve, economies have gone into lockdown.