Paul Byrne - On Coaching Stephen Coen and Tipping the FAI off about John Joe Patrick Finn
CRCfm Saturday Sport
Former FAI coach and current podcast host of 'In The Huddle Sportstalk' spoke about his time coaching some current Mayo footballers, the FAI's targeted development in GAA strongholds and how he tipped the FAI off about a certain John Joe Patrick Finn. You can listen to Paul's excellent show on Spotify through this link -https://open.spotify.com/show/3xOfLohSr9u0HRe7FCFLE6?si=aaSYD57KQsOvkIRn-gYWww
The bodies of two brothers have been found at a farm in Cork. The discovery was made in Curraghgorm near Mitchlestown. Paul Byrne, the Southern Correspondent with Virgin Media News spoke to Fran on Tipp Today this morning.
Another Canadian good ole boy joins the show! JJ Whitehead (Jim Jeffries Show, BBC) makes his first appearance while Paul Byrne is the first returning guest!Topics included:Allowing punching in footballGiving up on your dream of being Paul McartneyHonesty in all things, even this gameListen up! Enjoy!Follow JJ on Twitter and Instagram @jjwhitesnake and check him out on Twitch twitch.tv/jjwhitesnakeFollow Chris on Twitter and Instagram @mrchrisbetts and check him out on Twitch twitch.tv/chrisbettsSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/chris-betts-versus. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How unlocking moves can unleash surprisingly impactful leadership with Paul Byrne
The Leadership Diet
Paul Byrne lives in Amsterdam and is considered to be a world class Executive coach and consultant who has partnered with some of the world’s most successful leaders to assist them in transforming their organisation and leadership styles. His work has been cited in a range of books and business articles.He shares;How dyslexia influenced his life in Boston and later his leadership impactWhy does leadership development occur in bursts and plateausWhat are ‘Inescapable questions’He outlines what he calls ‘Unlocking moves’ and why these are imperatives to great leadership,How can leaders who are arrogant or autocratic shift that style to be genuinely embracing and impactful,How can leaders listen to the system (the organisation) like a weather app?Effective leaders will always outperform ineffective leaders over time!Hi, I am Pod OSullivan.For over twenty years I have coached, mentored and supported corporate leaders and leadership teams all over the world to become impactful, effective and high performing.This is a podcast that taps into that experience. It is recorded for and about senior business leaders, C suite leaders, Founders and CEO's.I interview leaders and experts about ways to optimise leadership.What are the useful habits and thinking patterns?What are the secrets to high performing teams?How do they continue to nurture their effectiveness day after day?In other words, what is their leadership diet?www.theleadershipdiet.com
Paul Byrne is by all accounts a builder of companies. Between 2007-2016 Paul built and sold three companies and during this time he developed a playbook to scale businesses successfully. In 2016 he planned on going into semi-retirement to help startups apply some of the concepts from his playbook. That work led him to CurrencyFair, where his initial one-day per week advisory role quickly transitioned into a full-time CEO role. Since Paul took over the leadership role at CurrencyFair in 2016 they turned their first profit and are now aggressively expanding in the Asian Market. This episode is hosted by Patrick McAndrew
Celtic Soul Podcast Episode 8 with Andrew Milne chatting to former Celtic player, Paul Byrne about Life, his time at Celtic, the ups and downs of his football career from a 13 year old apprentice arriving in England to sign for Oxford to the highs of scoring against Rangers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Wicklow Good News (12) Paul Byrne of the Greystones Guide
Wicklow Good News
Jillian Godsil talks to the effervescent Paul Byrne, the man behind the Greystones Guide. A keen supporter of local businesses and people, Paul has upped his game during the virus and is busier than ever helping people get the news out about their business going online or helping them fundraise for different causes. Just over half way through the interview my lamp and mic fell over - fine for audio, less so for video - but Paul reckons natural mistakes are better than slick edits so we left the rumpus in. Aside from that little distraction, this is Paul's story.
EE 47 - Founder of CurrencyFair Brett Meyers & Paul Byrne, CEO
The Entrepreneur Experiment
In a very unique episode, I am joined by one of the founders of CurrencyFair, Brett Meyers and the current CEO, Paul Byrne. In this episode, we discuss: - How to start a business in a recession - Raising your first €400k - Building consumer trust as an unknown startup - Leading without ego & recognizing your strengths - Managing in a crisis - Preparing your business for a post COVID world.