Dundalk Chamber recently hosted a very successful Business After Hours event in association with Correlate.
Work and Well-being : Maximise Organisational Performance was the title given to this one hour information session to address a current issue in the workplace that has a significant impact on organisational performance.
Michelle MacMahon introduced the large attendance of local businesses to an agile, continuous, and individualistic approach to managing employee performance. Maeve Caraher, lecturer in human resource management and industrial relations, followed by giving an overview on ‘the world of work’ and an introduction to organisational justice as context to work and well-being and the impact on organizational performance. The session was concluded with Pamela Gilpin, performance management consultant, who shared her experience in maximizing the performance of professional athletes.
Dundalk Chamber President, Mr Paddy Malone stated that a good employer looks after the businesses main asset, its staff. A properly motivated and focused staff will both embrace and initiate change for the good of the organisation. Employees are not just motivated by pay but also need the correct physical and friendly environment.
Due to the great success of this event, Dundalk Chamber have arranged a further series of upcoming Business After Hours events including briefings on how to obtain fundings for microenterprises hosted by Microfinance. One of our summer Business After Hours events will see Dealtronic briefing clients on innovative software for businesses who want to increase sales and customer footfall.
If you would like to book a place at these free events then please call Kathleen in Dundalk Chamber on Tel: 042 9336343 or email email@example.com