Meeting Ireland’s energy needs

Sir, – Whatever about the technical pros and cons, given the level of emotion that the subject(...)

While every manager should have the capability to coach, you also need to have the ability to discern when coaching isn’t working
Calling time on coaching
  • Work
  • February 27, 2015, 01:00

As a manager, you provide some level of coaching to all your direct reports, helping some attain(...)

Tralee Institute of Technology: “We will not require additional efficiencies in order to meet these costs,” a joint statement for the Kerry institute and the  Cork Institute of Technology says

The institutes of technology in Cork and Tralee, which are planning to merge under a joint bid to become a technological university, said the €6.7 mil(...)


(...) fundraising area. An interest in music or the performing arts is preferable and you will be educated to third(...)

South Africa’s  Nic Henning  plays his second shot to  the 15th green during the first round of the Joburg Open at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club. Photograph: Warren Little/Getty Images

(...) the second and was lucky with a seven iron on the third, it went straight in the hole.”The 210-strong(...)

 Chief executive of the IDA Martin Shanahan said the current pipeline of job projects looks “looks reasonably strong for the foreseeable future”.   Photograph: Alan Betson

(...)’s objective is to increase the level of investment in each of the Republic’s regions by between 30 per cent(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly has been gradually winding down his stake in INM since losing control of the business in 2012. Photograph: David Levenson/Getty Images

(...) company he controlled for almost 40 years, to below 3 per cent. Taking his stake below this level means he(...)

Ireland batsman Kevin O’Brien plays a shot during the 2015 Cricket World Cup Pool B match between Ireland and United Arab Emirates (UAE). Photograph: Indranil Mukherjee/Getty Images 1:13

Krishna Chandran for a duck in his third to deny UAE a strong start after they were put in to bat first(...)

Mary Immaculate College, Limerick  manager Eamonn Cregan with player Declan Hannon. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Even now, well into their second century, the GAA’s third-level education competitions continue to(...)

The Anchorage:  overlooks the river Liffey at the junction of Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Lime Street

(...) of the scarcity of high quality space and the restricted level of ongoing development. The Anchorage(...)