Would all of us benefit from understanding that the way we see the world is not necessarily the only, or indeed, the best way? David Hession, Head of Impact Measurement and Research at LIFT Ireland explores this question.
David Hession, Head of Impact Measurement and Research analyses the process cultural change in organisations. Changing attitudes and behaviours must be done in a slow and individualised way. It won’t succeed through demands from the top – people must buy into it.
We asked LIFT partner Mobility Mojo about the value of LIFT for their organisation. We’re extremely proud to partner with this award-winning organisation. “LIFT is a natural fit for our company with simplicity and a focus on improving the world at the heart of it”.
LIFT Ireland and NUI Galway announce the first partnership in Ireland aimed at building leadership skills across a third-level institution. The partnership will be officially announced by Professor Ciarán Ó hOgartaigh, President of NUI Galway, and Joanne Hession, CEO and Founder of LIFT Ireland.
This week co-founder of LIFT, David Hession, explores what Samhain means to our country… “It was a time when the boundaries between light and dark are at their weakest, when the physical and supernatural worlds were closest and magical things could happen. It was a time of crossing over, between the world of the living and the worlds of the Aos Sidhe and the dead. It was a time when we were aware that there was more to our existence than we could see.”
This week co-founder of LIFT, David Hession, examines our personal responsibility for growth… “Growth cannot be given to us or done by someone else for us. While we can lean on others and learn from others, our growth is uniquely ours.”