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Top 10 TED Talks to Watch Before a Job Interview or Important Meeting

Orla Doyle / July 31, 2018

hile more than half of a first impression is based upon body language and physical appearance, 33% of a first impression is based upon vocabulary and vocal quality. Your mood dictates your tone of voice and body language, making it imperative to mentally prepare before important speeches, conferences, meetings, and interviews. Getting into the right headspace could … Continued

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Career Management in a Buoyant Compliance Market

Donal Whelan / July 11, 2018

Whether you are a graduate considering a move in to Compliance or a Compliance professional with 15 years’ experience, managing the trajectory of your CV and making the right career decisions can be a difficult task. It is plain to see that we are in the middle of a very buoyant compliance market; making the … Continued

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What to expect from Consulting in Ireland

Owen Thomas / July 11, 2018

Ireland has a long history of exporting talent to the world, with some of its brightest minds seeking opportunity and experiences in pastures new. But with the Irish economy booming, and unemployment at a post-crash low, combined with increasing uncertainty as a result of factors such as Brexit, many people, Irish and non-Irish alike, are … Continued

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Navigating a Mid-Career Crisis to Professional and Personal Success

Shay Dalton / July 9, 2018

Changing your profession mid-career doesn’t have to be a crisis. There are times where it seems like it is impossible to continue in the same career path that you chose, and which you once felt certain would see you through to retirement. Different types of reasons can lead a person into not feeling like they have … Continued

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6 Tips on How to Prepare for an Interview With One of The Big 4

Matthew Roberts / May 14, 2018

Congrats on getting a job interview with one of the Big 4! If you’ve managed to obtain an interview, you’ve already beaten most of the odds. KPMG, Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCooper, Ernst & Young are very prestigious companies that only invite the best candidates to join their ranks. Here are six tips on how to best prepare … Continued

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GDPR Creates More Career Opportunities in Cyber Security

Liam Irvine / May 10, 2018

Cyber security has often been treated as an obscure specialty of IT professionals, something most people didn’t talk about or pay attention to. But in 2018, cyber security is at the center of a world-wide discussion about information, privacy, protections, and standards. This global shift in increased awareness of security practices has been driven by … Continued

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How to Become a Solicitor in Ireland

Patricia Mc Carthy / May 9, 2018

Whether you are looking to start your career or make a career change to become a legal professional, there are a few things you must do before you can begin practicing. There are a series of steps you must follow including examinations, practical training and additional course study to be a practicing solicitor in Ireland. … Continued

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Do Irish professionals have mentors? We asked you answered.

Orla Doyle / April 17, 2018

Even the greatest entrepreneurs with award-winning ideas have benefited from the use of a successful mentor. In fact, the founder of Virgin Group – Richard Branson – says, “…Going it alone is an admirable, but foolhardy and highly flawed approach to taking on the world.“ And Branson himself credits a family friend and successful accountant who served … Continued

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This is Ireland: An island open to new opportunity

Shay Dalton / March 13, 2018

As Ireland passes its centenary it is clear that the stability which has been created on an all-island basis in terms of economic, social and political arrangements shared by North and South still have the potential to change with Brexit. Our position in a global context as well as the relationship we share with our … Continued

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