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Paul Mooney

Paul Mooney

Paul Mooney holds a Ph.D. and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Industrial Sociology from Trinity College, along with a National Diploma in Industrial Relations from the National College of Ireland. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and is an expert on organisation and individual change.  His career began as a butcher before moving into production management. He subsequently joined General Electric and Sterling Drug in Ireland and the Pacific Rim.

He was the of President, National College of Ireland and is Managing Partner of Tandem Consulting, a team of senior OD and change specialists. Paul has run consulting assignments in 20+ countries. He is also the author of 10 books covering issues around organisation performance and personal change.

Areas of expertise include: • Organisational Development/Change & conflict resolution • Leadership Development/Executive Coaching • Human Resource Management/employee engagement


Too Much EgoToo Much EgoI’m currently learning a new song. ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?’ was originally released by the Shirells in the early 1960’s and, over the years, various artists have covered this standard. The song has been officially added to the play list for Friday night crooning in the GAA club. I’m hoping to appeal to the feminine side of the local hurling team. What do you think of that as a strategy? It could even become the National Anthem for Consultants (we always seem a bit paranoid that clients will not ‘love us tomorrow’).

Too much invested to quit.  

PoodlePoodleFollowing a recent golf outing our team were in a mellow, Pinot Grigio induced state. Eventually the conversation moved onto the killer topic: “What was your worst ever date?” Now, while I don’t wish to boast, among some high-class competition the following story was awarded a distinction!

Friday, 06 June 2014 22:06

Is this the Best Speech ever Made?

Happy Days: Without a shadow of doubt, the happiest event in the University Calendar is graduation day.

Anna QuindlenAnna QuindlenThe students line up with their parents and families to celebrate past achievements and look forward to the future.  Sometimes they ask a guest speaker to participate. The following is from Pulitzer Prize winning author Anna Quindlen’s commencement address to Villanova University. Normally I don’t simply repeat what other people have said.  But, sometimes, the original is so good that it needs no embellishment. Happy to let Anna do all the heavy lifting this week. Here’s what she said…

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