Identity and Work, The Subtlety of Persuasion and The Importance of Being Present By Carmel O’ Reilly

Two Days One Night (2014) is a film about Sandra (played by Marion Cotillard), a young Belgian mother, who discovers that her workmates have opted for a significant pay bonus, in exchange for her dismissal. She has only one weekend to convince her colleagues to give up their bonuses so that she can keep her job. Continue reading “Identity and Work, The Subtlety of Persuasion and The Importance of Being Present By Carmel O’ Reilly”

My Top Three Isolation Inspirations By Carmel O’ Reilly

My Top Three Isolation Inspirations is part of a series of people’s stories of how they’re spending their lockdown, and how they’re being inspired in isolation. In deciding what I was going to do in this strange time of lockdown and isolation I asked myself: How can I make the most of this time? TheContinue reading “My Top Three Isolation Inspirations By Carmel O’ Reilly”

The Irish and The Chocktaws: A Story Spanning 173 Years That Connects our Tribes Across the Ocean By Carmel O’ Reilly

“To everyone who wants to create a world where not a single person is poor”. Muhammad Yunus The Irish and The Chocktaws: A Story Spanning 173 Years That Connects our Tribes Across the Ocean is part of Acts of Kindness, Solidarity, Making a Difference and Reciprocity series of stories. Stories where people showed and were shownContinue reading “The Irish and The Chocktaws: A Story Spanning 173 Years That Connects our Tribes Across the Ocean By Carmel O’ Reilly”

It Was The Worst Of Times And Then It Got Even Worse, But It Did In Time Get Better by Carmel O’ Reilly

Is It Ever Too Late Or Too Difficult For Your Next WorkLife Chapter? We’re living in very difficult times right now, with countries throughout the world introducing the toughest measures affecting how we go about our daily lives, ever seen in peacetime. We’re anxious and fearful for vulnerable loved ones. Almost overnight our lives haveContinue reading “It Was The Worst Of Times And Then It Got Even Worse, But It Did In Time Get Better by Carmel O’ Reilly”