Please find Connect Weekly Issue 25,
I had the opportunity this week to have a Heart to Heart with Gabriel Pecha, Caretaker, Belvedere College, Dublin.
A gentle reminder to all Stakeholders to please complete a Momentum Support Star Nomination form as quarter 3 comes to a close. This is a great opportunity to acknowledge your people.
I had the opportunity this week to have a Heart to Heart with Catherine Harrington, Project Manager, University Hospital Waterford where she highlighted the importance of life balance. It is the small things that count like taking a walk or contacting friends. “Be good to yourself”.
This week Heart to Heart with the Editor is with Katie Phelan.
I want to highlight World Suicide Prevention Day and our charity partner Suicide or Survive SOS have extended The Wolf Run to 30th September 2020.
I have signed up ! so just in case you are interested you have still time to sign up…
This week Heart to Heart with the Editor is with Noeleen Taylor one of our longest serving people in Momentum Support. Noeleen highlights “never be afraid of change, just give it a go”.
This week bringing your attention to the importance of individual personal wellness.
How important support from our colleagues is when you really needs it.
I had the opportunity this week to visit The Blanchardstown Centre where they launched mandatory wearing of facemasks and are going through an exciting stage of refurbishment. The Team are upbeat about the future plan. The Heart to Heart with the Editor this week is with Bridghe Grimes, Operations Manager Northern Ireland who highlights how Cleaning has evolved over time.
Connect Weekly Issue 17
This week I had a Heart to Heart with Shahzad Satter, Healthcare Client Service Manager. He relocated to Ireland and has progressed his career successfully within Momentum Support.
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