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mac McGrane has over 25 years experience working with a large number of Irish businesses and organisations across the private, public and voluntary sectors.  He is one of the country’s leading authorities on the application of Psychometric and Structured Assessment techniques in the workplace. Cormac’s primary area of expertise is in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process, from the strategic to the practical.

In recent years he has begun to advise clients on a new approach to people selection and development, by developing methods of integrating the selection process into the staff development and performance management processes.  This approach streamlines a number of core HR strategies and creates a more effective and focused management methodology.

Stress has always been a factor in management; however it has rarely been tackled as a management performance issue.  Cormac’s experience in this area allows him to advise clients on effective stress and pressure management strategies.  With stress and its often-serious impact on workers at all levels is becoming a financial and legal burden for organisations. Today HR managers and senior executives are finally taking the management of stress seriously.

James McGovern is a well-seasoned professional with a proven track record of developing new business across a number of industries; he particularly relates well to people and enjoys all aspects of people management with proven strengths in motivating, coaching, developing and delivering results through people

During his career James has worked in Sales and Marketing at Management & Director Level in Ireland, Europe, and also sat on the board of a large financial Institution. During this time he achieved a number of accolades in all the companies he has worked in

James’ has very little time for hobbies or interests as most of his free time is spent Taxiing his 3 kids, to Ballet, Rugby, Jujitsu, swimming… But in an ideal world enjoys charity work, boating, fishing, climbing, biking and the occasional walking.