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5 indisputable facts about millennials

Much and more has been written about the heretofore unfathomable generation that came in between Gen X and Gen Z, but for some reason couldn’t just be known as Gen Y. Here, we examine some self-evident truths about the millennial generation, generally thought of as beginning in the early to mid 1980s and ending in […]

abortion in Ireland

How the Catholic Church can prevent abortion in Ireland

Whether pro-choice or pro-life, I think we can all agree that generally speaking, the fewer abortions the better. When a woman becomes pregnant, the ideal situation is that she feels sufficiently supported – emotionally, financially and practically – that she wants to and feels totally capable of raising a child. But that’s not always the […]

‘Millennial’ is not a dirty word

Millennial views: A few weeks ago, I was asked to join the audience of Pat Kenny Tonight, to talk about the impact emigration had on my generation. On the panel were former Fianna Fail Minister Mary O’Rourke, who receives an annual pension of €97,000 and Dragon’s Den star Peter Casey whose lifetime earnings exceed €14 […]

Trump, Farage and post-truth Public Relations

[convertkit form=4915559] Strategic Communications: The Science Behind the Art is a practical guide to creating integrated communications campaigns. It’s all about achieving optimum PR outcomes using the PESO model. Check it out. Today, a man who has never held public office became President of the United States of America. He has been declared bankrupt on a number […]

Confidence and assertive communication at work

While this site is generally focused on how organisations communicate externally, today’s post is all about in-house communication: how we talk to each other at work. Yesterday, I attended a seminar by Maria Lynch from Motivated Joyful Living, on Strategies for building a Confident and Positive Sense of Self. We may not all need to […]

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