Search Results for 'Social psychology'

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One day workshop on improving your self esteem

In 2017 we are no longer blind to the devastating effects of mental health difficulties. Whether it is a Facebook post or an item on the news we are finally at a place where people are beginning to see the importance of minding their own mental health.

Moran calls for an end to cronyism in wake of Whelan appointment

 

An exercise to improve self-esteem

By Harvey Wasserman, BSc, MD, psychotherapist

Honor Heffernan - The Whistling Girl

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DOROTHY PARKER was famed for her wit, which could be as brilliant as it was nasty, but it is often forgotten that she was a civil rights activist, a supporter of Martin Luther King, and chronicler of the Spanish Civil War.

Looking for your number one to make an impression

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Pure imagination, based on science-fact

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ART AND science, one based on subjectivity and a response to the emotions and imagination; the other the result of rational inquiry, study, and experiments to proving or disproving; would seem unlikely bedfellows, each requiring different sides of the brain.

Managing bullying in the workplace seminar

Athlone Mental Health Ireland and the Health and Safety Authority have come together in association with the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work to present national mental health and wellbeing in the workplace seminars in October.

Reduce the chances of ‘hearing nothing back’

Quite often, my colleagues and I hear clients say that they have made several job applications but have heard nothing back. The palpable frustration this causes is clear for all to see. It’s an all-too-common problem within the recruitment process but there are ways to reduce the chances of it happening to you. In simple terms – it boils down to you as a job seeker making a connection with someone on the other side of your application, writes Mark McDonald, Career Coach.

Mayo's sporty women could provide insight on gender gap

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A new report on sports participation rates in Mayo and Sligo has found that women here are massively bucking the national trend by being more active than their male counterparts.

Sledging a repulsive aspect that must be stopped

If you or I went into our workplace this morning, and started giving serious verbal abuse to a work colleague, making snide, mean, degrading and personal comments, we would be in front of our HR manager or line manager or principal by this afternoon,  and rightly so.

 

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