We have posted the video highlights here.
“Frances – that was a great session this morning. Thank you so much for the invitation. Both myself and Deirdre got a lot out of it both personally and also some ideas for what we could do here in work.” Debbie Barry, AXA Insurance Limited.
“Just a note to thank you very much for extending an invitation to our Company to attend this morning’s event by Dr. John Briffa. I found it most interesting and all the more convincing and engaging when delivered by such a professional.” Joan Carey, HR, Servier Pharmaceuticals
“Thank you Frances, I thought Dr. Briffa was fabulous, I liked his delivery and the way he wasn’t evangelical! I have already made a few food switches – but I’ve a lot more to do.…” Gillian Owens, Cpl Resources plc.
“Just wanted to say, thanks so much for the invite to this event last week. I found it extremely interesting and Dr John Briffa a very engaging speaker.” Grace Walsh, Human Resources Business Partner, Davy
“Thoroughly enjoyed this morning, already made some small changes to my work space! Well done for organising, and for inviting us along.” Patrick Delaney, Recruitment and Talent Development at Irish Life ‘Grow’
“Thanks again for the invitation to this morning’s talk by Dr. Briffa. I really enjoyed it and took away plenty of good advice.” Yvonne Sheridan Director – Tax Function Support KPMG
Many thanks for this morning, John’s presentation was very stimulating and interesting. A nice mix of interesting fact based information with humour and a real sense of his expertise too. Brían Sutton, Client Relationship Manager, A Great Place to Work
“Thank you for inviting me to join you on Friday, I found the session informative and engaging – very enjoyable.” Organisational Development, Datalex
“I wanted to send a quick note to say thank you for last Friday, it was a great morning and I really enjoyed the talk.” Aisling Ryan, HR, Matheson
Frances, many thanks for the invite I found John very interesting and he dispelled some well founded myths. Thanks again to yourself and Vivienne. Conor Hayes, Londis