John Ryan

John Ryan

The currency of workplace success in 2016

The currency of workplace success in 2016

One of the most enjoyable aspects of my job is that it provides me with the opportunity to travel...

No more painting fences for CSR

No more painting fences for CSR

Too many companies are getting it badly wrong

We need to appraise appraisals

We need to appraise appraisals

The Bell Curve forced distribution model of appraising performance simply can’t be applied to a high-performance team

The talent conundrum: are you boxing clever?

The talent conundrum: are you boxing clever?

Maybe there is a case that there are people who have latent talent, which has simply not been spotted.

The chicken or the egg? We’ve finally cracked it!

The chicken or the egg? We’ve finally cracked it!

The best business decisions will not pay off by the end of the year, so why are these the ones we incentivise?

Trends in workplace wellness set to put you to sleep early

Trends in workplace wellness set to put you to sleep early

It’s Sunday evening, and already the working week has started for many all over Ireland. The wo...

Does innovation thrive or die in your workplace?

Does innovation thrive or die in your workplace?

Talk of creativity is meaningless if employees are not supported when they bring new ideas to the table

Culture can be your competitive advantage

Culture can be your competitive advantage

It’s up to leaders to develop a compelling vision of what they want their firm to be

The business case for a happy ship

The business case for a happy ship

A sense of purpose is more important to your staff than what you pay them –and it’s up to you to give them purpose

A year publicans might want to forget

A year publicans might want to forget

Both examinerships and receiverships were two-a-penny in Dublin’s struggling pub trade during 2009

Pub prices average €4.7m

Pub prices average €4.7m

The phrase ‘every cloud has a silver lining’ is one that could apply to the pub market in 2006.

Licensed premises make way for property developers

Licensed premises make way for property developers

The first six months of 2006 will be remembered for the number of licensed premises that were sold principally for their development potential.

Pub sales remain strong in the first six months of 2005

Pub sales remain strong in the first six months of 2005

The licensed property market in Dublin and around the country has performed reasonably well in the first six months of 2005, with many notable sales being concluded.