How I make it work: ‘It’s important to focus less on what people are doing wrong, but highlight what they are doing right’
Strong communication is one of life’s greatest skills. Praising colleagues when they do a task well builds their self-efficacy, enabling them to grow into confident, productive employees
Niall Cribben is managing director of valuation advisory services at Duff & Phelps in Ireland. Cribben studied accounting and finance at Dublin Institute of Technology and trained in the audit department of RSM Farrell Grant Sparks. He had been promoted to a management position at RSM Farrell Grant Sparks by the time the firm was acquired by Duff & Phelps, the US-headquartered consulting firm, in 2014. Before taking up his current role last March, Cribben...
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How to manage: Leaders under the spotlight as they face new challenges in a changing workplace
The pandemic has made flexible models of working the norm and it is up to organisations to build trust and sustain a work culture in this new landscape while keeping investors happy
How to manage: What happens if employees want to take foreign holidays?
Since existing legislation does not cover Covid-19 travel restrictions and mandatory quarantine, employers and staff need to work together to address concerns
How I work: ‘It’s easy to point out the problems, but the key to success is to find solutions’
Managing a team is about creating an environment where people feel valued, respected and challenged to do their best
How to work: Parents to get greater leave entitlements thanks to EU directive
State will offer increased flexibility for working parents and will take further steps to improve work-life balance as it is required to implement new laws