Dan Dunleavy is completing his diploma in High Performance Coaching and in order to do this, he needs to accumulate the requisite number of client coaching hours – he is offering to do this for suitable companies free of charge.
Coaching is increasingly considered one of the most effective methods of enabling clients to access their very best success strategies and dismantle the obstacles in the way of outstanding execution. It is particularly effective at making excellent clients even better!
Dan has over 30 years experience in management with technology companies. He has lived and worked in USA, Germany and France as well as the UK. Most of this experience has been in leadership roles and he has built and managed organisations around the world.
Dan has held Director and VP roles in several companies both big and small and made major impacts on their structure and success. For example in Future Electronics, a Canadian distributor of electronic components, Dan took the lead role in setting up subsidiaries in 11 countries in 18 months and building up the structures within them. He also built teams of several hundred people around Europe. During this period of 7 years, the company consistently grew by more than 50% PA.
Dan also recently worked as General Manager of FareCompare.com in Dallas, an airfare shopping website. During that time, he set up the Marketing Department and restructured Sales, Finance and HR. During Dan’s 2-year tenure, sales doubled.
Since 2006, Dan and his family have completed numerous Half Marathons, several Marathons and long distance cycling endurance events raising tens of thousands of pounds for cancer charities.
If you’d like to grab the opportunity for some coaching, contact Dan on firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan’s Linkedin page: uk.linkedin.com/in/dandunleavy
Outdoor Advertising Recruitment Solutions need a Focal Point
Are you a recruitment consultancy looking for the best candidates?
Would it make sense to recruit a local candidate for some of the jobs on your books?
How do those potential candidates get to work at the moment?
Do they go by bus, train, underground, car, bike or foot?
Do you think they might notice a bloody big billboard with their perfect job on it?
Is there a billboard near where your local target potential perfect candidates hang out?
Not sure… hey, why should you know, you’re in recruitment, not outdoor advertising…
But wait… we’re in outdoor advertising and could find you that perfect focal point for your ad… give us a call…
Ask for Richard Knight… he’s got a great one liner about why you should consider outdoor advertising…
So even if he can’t find you the perfect advertising solution you’ll have a laugh trying
Go on, give him a call and let him bring a smile to your face… you know it’s your best look
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The very same social channels that will deliver the most visibility for your products, campaigns and overall brand awareness hold the greatest reputational risk, a recent survey of social media executives reveals, underscoring the need to develop…
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Are you a fan of Slashdot? Than you’re probably male and a few months north of 38 years old. A Facebook devotee? Let me guess: you turned 40 this year and you’re a woman.
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I’ve signed the declaration, have you? Protector of the Vegas Code… What happens in Las Vegas, stays in Vegas
Last week while on holiday in the Lake District I heard the story about Prince Harry having some fun with his mates and some opportunists over exposing him to the world’s media via the Murdoch machine… which is a tad anti establishment at this time!
The Sun looking to boost sales grab the photos and come up with a story about truth and the public interest… what a crock but hey, they know how to sell papers.
Then this morning I learn about the “Protector of the Vegas Code” campaign which has been orchestrated by the Las Vegas Tourist board… BRILLIANT
Go take a look at what they have come up with…