Start time: 12.30 pm
End time: 1.30 pm
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Life has never been so busy or demanding. Juggling the pressures of family, work, a career and our other responsibilities can wear us down. Technology has allowed most of us to work from home and stay safe over the last 12 months, but this also means that there can be a feeling that we need to always be “on” and accessible.
During this event, we will explore the psychology of stress and the impact of modern ways of working on our mental health, with a focus not just on virtual working in an extended lockdown, but also on stress management when a new normality returns.
We will discuss the challenges and benefits of remote working. Based on how we are wired, the talk will provide tips and advice on good practice to enable a more satisfying approach to work and enhance your mental well-being.
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John Deely is a qualified organisational psychologist with 20 years experience in the field of individual and organisational development.
He is passionate about the application of psychology and coaching to help organisations and individuals develop their capability. He works with both established and newly appointed senior managers and leaders in organisations experiencing change and challenges in pressurised scenarios. In addition to coaching and executive development, his work has with organisations has included the design of selection and recruitment, design and delivery of bespoke training and outplacement and redundancy support. In tandem, he has worked with individuals for over 20 years helping them to successfully achieve career breakthroughs, which make the most of their talents.
Before pursuing his career as an Organisational Psychologist, John previously worked as a Trainee Actuary in Irish Life. He is a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a member of the Division of Work and Organisational Psychology with the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI).
Personal Development: This is a Personal Development Event.