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Background in Social Sciences and Mental Health- experience in leading teams and implementing and creating new processes and strategies. Bilingual in French and English I'm at my best when working alongside engaging people responding to problems and finding solutions.
Rarely short of ideas, Colm O'Brien readily takes the initiative. He likes provoking change in his work and needs to be highly stimulated so as not to become bored. He makes sure that his suggestions are acceptable to the people he works with. He is in touch with people and prefers making decisions as a group. He is both able to move forward and question himself on the basis of feedback he receives. In addition, he can strengthen ties within teams.
Colm O'Brien orients his energy almost exclusively towards the search for new challenges. He likes that things move and generally makes sure to always be at the centre of the action. What he needs is a fast pace that does not leave room for boredom. For him, taking risks is essential. Stability annoys rather than reassures him.
Design is part of the activities that most interests Colm O'Brien. He very much likes being able to contribute his ideas and think about things that no longer exist. He avoids, however, doing it in a vague context without clear standards.
This activity can absolutely suit Colm O'Brien in the sense that it involves a detached view and a decisive decision-making on a subject. He enjoys challenging others' points of view and bringing his perspective to a subject. He likes being able to demonstrate independence in his judgements.
Making sure a job is promoted is an activity that particularly interests Colm O'Brien. He very much enjoys working with a large number of people and asserting his ideas. It is important for him to be able to do this on a daily basis.
Colm O'Brien expects a manager to inspire and make progress on a personal level. He needs to be guided in his work by someone who has an action plan for him. He looks for a mentor in whom he can trust. He is motivated by a leader who pushes him towards a collective objective, but who demonstrates a capability to take into account the singularities of each person.
The ideal work environment for Colm O'Brien must leave freedom for everyone to attain their objectives as they like. For him, some basic principles are enough and each person must be responsible in the way they behave and contribute to the organisation. He seeks a culture that values the result, without sacrificing understanding and collaboration in the teams. He also needs to be stimulated and be able to observe developments in the work produced. He can be easily bored if he find his work environment too stable.
Manage the unexpected
He prefers spending a little more time making sure his decisions are good.
Relies on reflections and proven concepts to progress.
Analysing information and making subsequent decisions is one of the activities that Colm O'Brien does particularly well. He likes the factual aspect of information and is able to take a position confidently on thought out matters. He can be trusted to make reliable decisions.
Reasoning from numerical information is something Colm O'Brien does easily. He is, indeed, comfortable analysing tables, graphs, and doing mathematical calculations. Data is more accessible for him that other kinds of formats and he has a particular receptiveness in this area.