I’m a HR Enthusiast, leading the HR agenda in companies in the IT, Retail and Aviation industries since 2013.
Part of a key team growing a company from a start-up to becoming a market leader.
Created a side business called StephBe, a space to share my passion and ideas.
Passionate about far too many elements of HR! Including but not exclusively:
1) enabling a customer oriented way of working
2) HR impact
3) HR strategy and Marketing 4) creating a great place to work
5) talent development.
Loves collaborating and sharing ideas with fellow enthusiasts.
StephBe is a space to share my passion for HR, coaching, creating a better relationship with yourself, tips and tricks for success, selfdiscovery, infertility support, books and being a mum.
I’m a connector, a collaborator, a cheerleader, a collector of facts and experts. Combining all these aspects along with my love of writing and presenting makes the topics I am interested in digestible for others.
Our Miscarriage Tree
On World Mental Health Day and the start of Baby Loss Awareness Week I want to share a little about my own relationship with mental
Arthur Hutchings Story of the Occupation of Jersey, Channel Islands
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How to Support a loved one through their fertility journey – Part 2
Dear Family or Friend of a fertility warrior (Part 2) Welcome back! Thanks for joining us for part 2 of this collaborative article with NISIG
How to Support a loved one through their fertility journey.
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Top 10 Tips for managing and supporting an employee having fertility treatment
As a manager you often are called upon to fulfil many roles – discipliner, counsellor, parent, friend, leader, spokesperson….the list goes on. How many are
Conversations with my boss about my fertility
I originally wrote this for Everymum.ie for their #yourfertilitymatters series. Infertility – its costly, stressful, time-consuming and mostly invisible. You are not technically “sick”, there