University of Limerick lecturer delivers his inaugural lecture

first_img Previous articleLimerick people encouraged to check for symptoms of coeliac disease this Coeliac Awareness WeekNext articleGardaí are asking Limerick people to be “Streetwise” Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Lack of child psychology services is ‘extremely worrying’ 1 of 5 Advertisement Linkedin NewsEducationUniversity of Limerick lecturer delivers his inaugural lectureBy Staff Reporter – May 3, 2018 1797 Michelle O Sullivan and Eugene Hickland, DCU at the inaugural lecture of Professor Kevin Murphy at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.Picture: Oisin McHugh University of Limerick President, Prof Des Fitzgerald speaking at the inaugural lecture of Professor Kevin Murphy at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.Picture: Oisin McHugh WhatsApp Prof Helena Lenihan, UL, Tony Dundon, University of Manchester and Dr. Sarah Kieran, UL at the inaugural lecture of Professor Kevin Murphy at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.Picture: Oisin McHugh Professor Kevin R Murphy speaking at the inaugural lecture of Professor Kevin Murphy at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.Picture: Oisin McHugh Professor Kevin R Murphy, Department of Work and Employment Studies, University of Limerick delivered his Inaugural lecture on 30th April 2018.An Inaugural lecture is an occasion of significance in an academic staff member’s career at UL, providing newly appointed professors with the opportunity to inform colleagues, the campus community and the general public of their work to date, including current research and future plans. In his talk “Why We Study Work”, Professor Murphy described five broad themes that underly research in the Department of Work and Employment Studies argued for the importance of building better, healthier organizations.  He outlined many of the challenges inherent in the task and underscored the relationship between this goal and the core missions of the University of Limerick.Professor Murphy earned his PhD in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University in 1979, and has served on the faculties of Rice University, New York University, Pennsylvania State University and Colorado State University. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the American Psychological Society, and the recipient of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology’s 2004 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award.  He is the author of over one hundred and ninety articles and book chapters, and author or editor of eleven books, in areas ranging from psychometrics and statistical analysis to individual differences, performance assessment and honesty in the workplace. Emailcenter_img Twitter Facebook Family dynamic led Limerick to All-Ireland hurling glory RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Stephen McCarthy, Henry Wang, James Murphy and Muiris O Carroll at the inaugural lecture of Professor Kevin Murphy at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.Picture: Oisin McHugh TAGS”Why We Study Work”inaugural lectureKevin R MurphyPhDpsychologyUniversity of Limerick He has served as President of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Editor of Journal of Applied Psychology and of Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, and is a member of numerous editorial boards.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Throughout his career, Dr. Murphy has worked to advance both research and the application of that research to solve practical problems in organizations.For example, he served as both a member and the Chair of the U.S. Department of Defense Advisory Committee on Military Personnel Testing, and has also served on five U.S. National Academy of Sciences committees, all of which dealt with problems in the workplace.He has carried out a number of research projects with military and national security organizations, dealing with problems ranging from training to applying research on motivation to problems of nuclear deterrence, and has worked with numerous private and public-sector organizations to build and evaluate their human resource management systems.  He is a frequent contributor to RTE Brainstorm, publishing articles on a broad range of topics relevant to understanding behavior in organization.More about education here. Anthony on the path to self-fulfilment Tom Turner, KBS and Maeve O’Sullivan, KBS at the inaugural lecture of Professor Kevin Murphy at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.Picture: Oisin McHugh last_img read more

South Bend ReLeaf program announced for the coming month

first_img By Tommie Lee – October 27, 2020 0 467 (Tommie Lee/MNC) South Bend’s ReLeaf program starts Monday, November 2 and will run through December 3.City crews will make two passes collecting leaves from neighborhoods, street by street, based on the schedule available at southbendin.gov/fallreleaf.Residents WILL NOT need to call to request a pickup. All dates on the schedule are weather permitting and subject to change. Residents are advised to visit southbendin.gov/fallreleaf for the most up-to-date schedule.Leaf pickup can be viewed in real-time via the Fall ReLeaf Live Tracker on the City’s homepage at southbendin.gov. The online map shows the status of different zones and leaf pickup on individual streets. Residents can type in their address or zoom in to find their streets. Note: The map will take a few seconds to load the data.Below are guidelines that residents are asked to follow for the Fall ReLeaf program:· Leaves need to be raked to the tree lawn area, NOT into the street, by 6:00 a.m. on the pickup date to ensure they are picked up.· Leaves need to be free of sticks, trash and other debris or they may not be picked up.· Cars should not be parked on top or in front of leaf piles along curb lines, as this hampers leaf collection.· Leaf burning is prohibited and is a violation of City ordinance.Residents participating in the City’s Yard Waste program can also put leaves in yard waste bins. The program offers weekly collection and runs through the end of November. Residents can call 311 with any questions. Facebook Pinterest IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter South Bend ReLeaf program announced for the coming month Twitter Facebook Google+ WhatsApp Previous articleSecond and final Indiana Gubernatorial Debate airs tonight on 95.3 MNCNext articleGoshen Hospital reports increased number of COVID-19 patients requiring ventilators Tommie Leelast_img read more

US, Australia close borders for Chinese arrival

first_imgEarlier, more countries including Russia, Japan, Pakistan and Italyannounced identical travel restrictions. “Travelrestrictions can cause more harm than good by hindering info-sharing, medicalsupply chains and harming economies,” the head of the World HealthOrganization (WHO) said on Friday. The WHOrecommends introducing screening at official border crossings. It has warnedthat closing borders could accelerate the spread of the virus, with travelersentering countries unofficially.(BBC)center_img THE United States and Australiaannounced that they would deny entry to all foreign visitors who had recentlyvisited China, the origin of the virus that emerged last December.last_img read more

Ospreys back on track with victory

first_img After three games without a victory Steve Tandy’s side returned to winning ways to boost their chances of a top-four finish. Outside half Sam Davies, son of former Scarlets and Gloucester coach Nigel, kicked 21 points and set up a try for number eight Dan Baker to seal a much-needed win. A first-half yellow card for forward Dave O’Callaghan proved to be costly for the visitors as the home side scored 11 of their 26 points while Munster were down to 14 men. Munster’s reply came from late tries by Donnacha Ryan and Keith Earls but the outcome was never really in doubt by that stage. A bright start from the Ospreys saw Davies kick them ahead with a penalty after five minutes. They dominated territory and possession in the opening quarter but were struggling to turn their advantage into points on the board. It was the 22nd minute before Davies added to their lead with a second penalty. The key incident of the first half came when Munster flanker O’Callaghan was sent to the sin bin for a high tackle on Ospreys full-back Dan Evans. Within 90 seconds the Ospreys had their opening try when they moved the ball wide and Baker collected Davies’ long pass and went over in the corner. The young fly-half missed the conversion but was able to nudge the Ospreys further in front with his third penalty minutes later. The Ospreys got their Guinness PRO12 play-off charge back on track with a 26-12 victory over fellow title contenders Munster. Press Association Straight from the restart the home side were back on the front foot with Justin Tipuric, making his 100th appearance for the Welsh region, making 30 metres with a fine break down the middle. It put Davies into drop goal range and he slotted his effort straight down the middle to give the Ospreys a 17-0 lead at the break. Munster tried to force their way back into the contest at the beginning of the second period but when they got into Ospreys territory the home side did well to defend a driving line-out and clear. With Munster back up to 15 players the game returned to a tight affair with much of the rugby being played in the middle of the field. Davies kicked a long-range penalty just after the hour mark to keep the scoreboard ticking over for the Ospreys and the 21-year-old was managing the game well for the hosts. Munster finally got success from a driving line-out nine minutes from the end when replacement Ryan was pushed from close range for their opening try. Davies added his fifth penalty for the Ospreys on 75 minutes before less than 90 seconds later Earls crossed in the corner for Munster’s second score. But it proved to be nothing more than a consolation when Davies kicked his sixth penalty at the death. last_img read more

Mixed U16 team selected for Scotland match

first_img Charlotte Heath, 15, (Huddersfield) helped Yorkshire win Women’s County Finals and England to beat Switzerland in the U16 girls’ international.  A mixed team of 12 talented young players will represent England in an U16 international against Scotland this weekend.  The match will be played at Montrose golf Club, Scotland, on Saturday and Sunday, 30 September and 1 October.  Mimi Rhodes, 15, (Burnham & Berrow) is a GB&I U16 international who reached the last 16 in the British girls’ championship.  Harriet Lynch, 16, (Thorndon Park) has had a series of good finishes in women and girls’ events, including a top 30 in the English women’s amateur. Callum Macfie, 16, (Lindrick) is an experienced U16 international, won the North of England U16 boys’ championship and helped Yorkshire win Boys’ County Finals. Remy Miller, 15, (Prestbury) has had consistently good results this season including a top ten in the U16 McGregor Trophy.  25 Sep 2017 Mixed U16 team selected for Scotland match Thalia Kirby, 16, (Stoke Park) was runner-up in the English U16 girls’ championship and third in the Scottish. She, too, was in the winning team against Switzerland. Caitlin Whitehead, 14, (Kendal) is a GB&I and England U16 international and has also had a string of individual top ten finishes this season.  Daisy Kennedy, 15, (Stoke Park) was also in England’s winning team against Switzerland. She was sixth in the English U16 girls’ championship. The players are: Dominic Clemons of Hertfordshire, Charlotte Heath of Yorkshire, Charlie Hilton of Sussex, Daisy Kennedy and Thalia Kirby of Buckinghamshire, George Leigh of Cornwall, Harriet Lynch of Essex, Callum Macfie of Yorkshire, Remy Miller of Cheshire, Mimi Rhodes of Somerset, Seb Tannum Donaldson of BB&O (Berks, Buck and Oxon) and Caitlin Whitehead of Cumbria.  Charlie Hilton, 16, (Ifield) was also in England’s successful team against Spain and won the Midland U16 boys’ championship. Dominic Clemons, 15, (Hanbury Manor) was in England’s winning team in this year’s U16 international against Spain and has performed well in individual events. George Leigh, 15, (Trevose) reached the last 16 in the Boys’ Amateur Championship and tied 11th in the English U16 boys’ open stroke play.  Seb Tannum Donaldson, 16, (Buckinghamshire) has been in good form with a series of top ten finishes, including in the North of England U16 championship.  The players: Tags: England teams, Mixed Teams, U16slast_img read more

Umesh Yadav : Indian pacers have got their rhythm back

first_imgAdvertisement zjijwNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1plt98Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E8c( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 90auWould you ever consider trying this?😱jkCan your students do this? 🌚3hcmhmRoller skating! Powered by Firework According to the star fast bowler of India Umesh Yadav, the situation of Indian pacers have been completely changed at this moment. Umesh told that previously the fast bowlers were used just to roughen the ball which would help the spinners. Even we saw spinners opening the innings with new ball.Advertisement Things are not at the same level as of now. The Indian pacers are getting the desired respect because of their performance in recent days. When he was asked whether the pitch helped them to get back into track, he replied that there should be a good contest between bat and ball through the whole day in the test match.Umesh has been left out of the squad various times throughout his career. At that time, he doesn’t like to be with the people with negative mindset. The star Indian fast bowler is still hoping to make a return in white ball cricket. In red ball cricket he has established his position well.Advertisement Umesh Yadav has sounded very much hopeful about his comeback in the shorter version of cricket. Bhuvi, Shami and Kuldeep Yadav have been recalled by the team management in white ball cricket. Umesh thinks that he will also be called if he can prove himself in domestic level.Cricket: Indian cricketing fraternity unites to mourn the death of Abdul QadirAdvertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

What You Believe About Your Pricing

first_imgWhat you believe about your pricing as a salesperson is what your prospective clients will believe about your pricing.You’re Hiding SomethingEven if you never say out loud that you believe your prices are too high, your body language, your lack of confidence, and the caution in your voice will tell your prospect that you don’t believe you are worth paying more.If you refuse to discuss pricing when asked, it looks like you want to avoid the subject, that you are uncomfortable discussing it. Your avoidance can cause your client to believe that you are afraid to tell them the price because the sticker shock is going to cause them to cut off the conversation. Because you don’t believe the value, they don’t either, and then they do try to end the conversation quickly.Why Your Price Is HigherIf your price is higher than your competitor’s, then it’s higher. Pretending that it is not, or trying to avoid talking about your pricing destroys any confidence in you and your product, service, or solution. You can’t be a trusted advisor and be afraid to “go there” with your clients.The choice to have a higher price is a strategic decision. Higher prices allow companies to create greater value and the kind of meaningful differentiation that produces more significant results—as well as creating a preference for those companies.The right choice is to embrace your high price as the advantage that it is. That higher price allows you to produce better results than your competitors. It allows you to invest money in areas where your competitors are hampered by their lower price, often including the people necessary to serve clients well. It allows you to do things that differentiate you in a crowded market.You Transfer Your BeliefsIf you believe your price is too high, then so will your prospective clients. You will transfer that belief to them through words said or unsaid, and actions taken and avoided.If you believe your higher price is a bargain for the value that you create, then you will transfer that healthier belief to your prospective clients. It’s true that not everybody is going to believe that your price accurately reflects the value you create; that is why we call what we do selling. That said, if someone doesn’t value what you do enough to pay for it, then they aren’t really your client.last_img read more

Boy Sablan out as UST coach

first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netRodil “Boy” Sablan has resigned as head coach of University of Santo Tomas.Sources close to the situation confirmed that Sablan tendered his resignation on Monday following a disappointing two-year run with the Growling Tigers.ADVERTISEMENT Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’ Read Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Sablan, together with his coaching staff composed of Gerry Esplana, Bobby Jose, Tylon Darjuan, Juben Ledesma, and Gina Francisco, will all be making their exits effective November 30, but their contracts will still be honored until the end of May next year.The unheralded Sablan amassed a woeful 4-24 record in his tenure with the Growling Tigers and barely avoided a winless season after finishing with a 1-13 slate this past UAAP Season 80, the school’s worst UAAP record ever.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutUST also suffered a 17-game losing streak bridging Seasons 79 and 80 under his watch.INQUIRER tried to get the side of Sablan, but the bench tactician is still mum on the situation. Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH MOST READ QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Another source closely monitoring the situation bared that the school has already formed a search committee even before the UAAP season ended and has started gathering applications from interested parties who want to take the helm at the Growling Tigers.Alumni have been pushing for the return of Pido Jarencio back in España, but the coach who led the school to its last title back in 2006 was recently reinstated as the GlobalPort head coach.ABS-CBN Sports reported the development first.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LATEST STORIES No replay of DLSU-Adamson game amid controversy, says UAAP View commentslast_img read more

10 months agoSevilla attacker Luis Muriel wants Fiorentina over AC Milan

first_imgSevilla attacker Luis Muriel wants Fiorentina over AC Milanby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveSevilla attacker Luis Muriel is ready to move to Fiorentina.Muriel was expected to join AC Milan in January, thanks to his agent Alessandro Lucci’s good relationship with the Rossonero.However, Muriel would prefer to move to the Viola.Fiorentina have already offered a first proposal of €12m, which has fallen short of Sevilla’s valuation.Milan coach Rino Gattuso, meanwhile, confirmed yesterday: “I don’t know if we’ve got him, but we have talked about him.“We talked about him, as we did about other players.“Muriel can play wide, but you need to make the most of his characteristics and get him to attack the goal. He can play as a support striker too.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more