Business advice Dublin Ireland

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here are many approaches to how business problems and challenges can be overcome.

Review the issues with your team, search the web for answers and ideas, buy a book off Amazon, talk to other business owners in your network.

One option is to discuss the issues with an independent business consultant or business mentor. Independence of advice is important, an external perspective adds something different. Objectivity in analysis is critical.

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It is a common challenge for MDs and CEOs of small companies to figure out whether they should have a performance review themselves? All their staff go through the review process, why not them?

In many companies, with or without formal board structures, the MD / CEO there is not a Review of his or her performance. They may ask themselves “who can do my Review as I am the owner, would they be objective, and even “will my sense of self-worth be challenged” – and what happens if I get a poor review?”

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Billy has gained experience of coaching methodologies, as an employee, a business coach and as a participant on change management programmes. The learning he offers can include commitment based management, feedback and consequence models as part of his work with individuals and groups.

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Planning for 2016

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  January, a busy month for directors,  owner managers and managers of all types of organisations Without giving too much detail away, we are assisting in a) Writing a business plan for one client – appears late I know but …

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There are c. 200,000 family owned businesses in Ireland.

Recently I was contacted with a query on support for family businesses, and it led me to think about the many family owned companies we work with in Celtar. The high proportion of our family business clients is not surprising.

Family owned and managed businesses have their own unique characteristics, a shared history and experience, loyalty and deep commitment.

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Free business advice and information for owner managers in Dublin City – Your Business Day is back!   Dublin City Enterprise Board is delighted to present for the third year, Your Business Day, the major annual event for small businesses …

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This well known analogy is worth reviving and sharing.
Let us imagine that a manager is walking down the hall and that he notices one of his subordinates, Sean Fogarty, coming his way. When the two meet, Sean Fogarty greets the manager with, “Good morning. By the way, we’ve got a problem. You see …. ”

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