The Coubertin Score – A New Scoring System for the Olympics

“The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part. The essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well”

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Gary Keegan to leave Institute of Sport role

Gary Keegan is to move on to pastures new

"My intention moving forward is to launch a new high performance support offering for the world of business in early 2017."

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5 reasons why self-motivated learners win at life by Jack Canfield

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” – Mahatma Ghandi

Here are 5 ways to tell if you’re a self-motivated learner who has what it takes to achieve incredible success in life.

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Psychologist & Speaker Enda McNulty reveals how he's helping Man United stay on top of the mental skills game

Renowned sports psychologist also speaks to Pat Kenny about the Germany-Italy penalty shootout

McNulty also spoke about the penalty shootout between Germany and Italy in the Euro 2016 quarter-final which saw both sides miss regularly and badly - all the more surprising as Germany have a good shootout record.

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Leadership on the Edge - A Lesson From The Perfect Storm | Paul Adamson | TEDxTwenteU

Leadership is a tricky game! How would you cope with the perfect storm in the middle of the Pacific Ocean?

In this engaging and riveting talk, Paul Adamson shares with us the surprising lesson he learned from doing just whilst he was sailing around the world!

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Why do we always need to be busy?

Being productive is a good substitute for existential angst

We have our productivity apps, our “how to be more productive” books, our diaries, our mobile devices, our goals and all the rest of it but we can never get to the end of our to-do lists and our inboxes because they are too long and they keep growing.

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Transforming Your Organisation

Organisations seeking to adapt during turbulent times - like now - cannot force change through purely technical approaches such as restructuring and re-engineering.

They need a new kind of leadership capability to reframe dilemmas, reinterpret options, and reform operations—and to do so continuously. But organisational culture change is not for the faint of heart or the quick-change artist. Serious change demands serious people. Are you up for it?

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Comedian Alan Shortt and race walker Alex Wright put best feet forward for cancer charity

Comedian Alan Shortt and Irish race walker Alex Wright will soon be stepping out to support a cancer charity walk in Cork.

The pair will be among hundreds taking part in the fourth annual ‘Make Your Mark on Cancer’ charity walk from the The Viaduct to Bandon on Sunday, July 17, in aid of The Mercy Cancer Appeal.

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Jack Canfield is coming to Ireland

America's #1 Success Coach will be in Dublin on January 11th - 12th for Pendulum Summit

Jack Canfield is America's leading expert in creating peak performance for entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, managers, sales professionals, corporate employees, and educators.

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The right moves: Lessons from the sports field

So it turns out that you don't need the most money, the best talent, or the best brand, in order to be the best.

Success is not all about money, talent and brand. Clever managers know that the most powerful force is teamwork.

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