The Final DCUBS Alumni Breakfast of the Academic Year
Our next Business School Alumni breakfast, “Breakfast with Sean Murphy” will take place on May 15th. Sean is Director of Change and Engagement at Aer Lingus. He will share with us his experiences of engaging people with a major change process in an organisation. Sean has worked with Aer Lingus for many years in various people management roles. He served on the board of the company from 2002 – 2006. He is a graduate of the IMI and the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan where he completed the Advanced Human Resource Executive Programme.
Breakfast will begin at 7.15am and will take place in room Q158 on the first floor of the Business School. If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. The breakfast series has been booked up each time on the day they were advertised so early booking is advisable.
This is the last in our series of breakfasts for this academic year. A full series for the autumn is now in planning and details will be sent at a later stage.
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