'If we keep doing the same things we'll keep getting the same results.'
Work it Out! is a people needs driven approach for delivering real, substantive and sustainable change. Work it Out! supports the design of new ways of working which are delivered and made real through its 'Collective Coaching Methodology'.
You can work with us to deliver Work it Out! Programmes in your area
License Your Training Courses - turn you course or service into a global business in 16 weeks
Community Sustainability - income generation plus the Everlasting Grants approach
Enterprising Villages - living, earning and building businesses in rural communities
What do you really want to do? - the best selling Work it Out! career development process.
Business for everyone - earn income now from all that you love to do.
Wellness through work - building confidence, reducing stress and finding contentment
Our Hosts (Funding Partners)
The Department of Rural and Community Development has provided lead funding directly for Work it Out! Pilot initiatives for the last three years.
We are incredibly grateful for their support, guidance and encouragement at every stage. Thank-you.
We design, build and deliver bespoke Work it Out! programmes to address specific problems or needs in collaboration with our Host partners and organisations.
Our Host partners are not just funders! They help us to clarify the specific needs to be addressed and support the development of linkages (so we are not re-inventing the wheel). This ensures that Work it Out! initiatives quickly become embedded as part of the local social and economic fabric.
Our Host partners know the change that they wish to bring about and together we design initiatives to deliver this. As one local community manager said to us recently 'If we keep doing what we’ve always done, we're going to keep getting the same results. We need fresh thinking and a much more joined up approach.'
Contact Jimmy Ryan, Programme Director for Ireland on 086 259 7275 or drop him an email at email@example.com - for more information on our initiatives in County Waterford and County Tipperary.. Perhaps we can work together to design a pilot initiative in your area.....
Collective Coaching Methodology
The Collective Coaching Methodology is a group development approach which is driven by the principles of inclusion, empowerment and responsibility for others. Recognising and building individual strengths, positivity, kindness and collaboration are at the heart of the Work it Out! methodology.
Work it Out! programmes support career development, organisational effectiveness, enterprise development, inclusion and integration, community cohesion, culture change, problem solving,peace building, partnership working, etc. Work It Out! with its acclaimed Collective Coaching Methodology has delivered incredible outcomes for individuals in finding meaningful work, earning income, designing alternative career models, looking after each other and achieving all that is important to us.
More than this though, Work it Out! is a highly effective inclusion and empowerment methodology to support the priorities of Organisations, Government Agencies and Local Councils. We work collaboratively to build innovative, bottom-up and effective organisations/networks of all sizes and types. The application of the Work it Out! Methodology is available wherever you are based. It offers new ways of bringing people together to leverage their collective experience and expertise - to tackle poverty and disadvantage, harness potential, promote inclusion, improve profitability and drive economic growth.
The Work It Out! methodology was created by Des McCabe in his best-selling book 'Work It Out! - How to find the work you always wanted in a shifting jobs market' (Hay House, 2011) and made popular through his widely acclaimed and inspirational half-day Work It Out! workshops. These have been delivered internationally to over 21,000 people to date, whilst thousands more have transformed their futures through Work It Out! Collective Coaching programmes and initiatives.