Sinéad Brady is a mother, partner, sister, daughter, friend, professional, lifelong learner and a deep thinker. Mum to four children and proud wife to Alan, together they live in County Cavan in Ireland.
Sinéad works globally as a speaker, a workplace consultant and an advocate of workplace equality.
She isn’t always successful in managing the ‘and’s’ in her life, but she always does her best. Practising what she preaches her weekly ritual includes Tactical Thursday and checking in with her Support Circle.
Sinéad is driven to make work a happier & kinder place. A place where everyone has the opportunity to thrive, flourish and progress through human connection.
In this episode, Sinéad talks about the culture we all live in that encourages us to live to work as this is how we have been trained since entering the school system at four years of age.
Sinéad shares great tips on switching off from work and creating habits that help train our mind on how to recognise “time off.” If you struggle with switching off from work, this episode is for you.
E82: Switching Off is Vital for Success: Sinéad Brady, The Career Psychologist
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Sinéad referenced two videos to help with the world of work:
To find out more about Sinead visit her website
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