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The business community in Mayo has this week helped to launch an expanded business mentoring service in the county, called Mentor Mayo.
Does money motivate employees to work hard? Research indicates that there is less than a two per cent overlap between pay and job satisfaction. What does that mean?
Two Galway city restaurants will host a ‘Wall of Inspiration’ on their premises, where people can buy a brick on which to write a special message to a person who has inspired them in their life, and in the process raise money for charity.
Start-ups, SMEs, sole traders, and professional businesses owned or run by women, will be offered a real opportunity to obtain business advice from a range of professional mentors to support their business’s growth later this month. The Support4Growth mentoring clinic, taking place on Thursday May 16 in Hotel Ballina, will be opened by Olwen Dawe of Irish Business Intelligence, and will feature a range of mentors covering all aspects of business support.
Start-ups, SMEs, sole traders and professional businesses owned or run by women, will be offered a real opportunity to obtain business advice from a range of professional mentors to support their business’s growth later this month.
Foróige’s Big Brother Big Sister mentoring programme in Westmeath is looking for volunteers to help to make a real difference in a young person’s life.
Big Brother Big Sister youth mentoring programme needs male volunteers in Castlebar and Westport, to come forward for 10 weeks only and become youth mentors and positive role models.
A new mentoring programme for female entrepreneurs, designed to help them through the first challenging years of their new businesses, has been launched in Galway.
Aisling Walsh is a Big Brother Big Sister project officer in Westmeath. Here she tells us a little bit about the project, how it helps children in the community and what you need to do to get involved.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland, which has an office in Castlebar is asking people to host a Ladies’ Night In clothes swap, where money raised will go towards BBBS and any clothing which is not swapped is donated to the Irish Cancer Society.