Mary O’Donoghue on DCU Business School’s Let’s Lead! Leadership Development for Women programme
“As a civil servant and human rights solicitor who works in area of criminal law as a prosecutor in the Office of the DPP, the DCU Leadership Development course for women has empowered me to navigate my career more effectively, increased my confidence, and has encouraged me to expand my connections and professional networks to enhance my career.
I undertook this course during Covid as I had wanted to take time out and explore who I want to be as a leader and what contribution I want to make to society and develop my career. Developing my own personal leadership brand during the course and gaining many valuable insights and skills tailored to address challenges faced by women in the workplace has allowed me to further my ability to impact on issues that matter to me.
As a life long learner I also continued my professional growth after completing the Let’s Lead course, as I gained a postgraduate certificate in leadership and change a year later to continue my journey of self development. The toolkit I have gained on the DCU Let’s Lead course continues to assist me navigate many workplace challenges as they arise in practice as well as build on my ability to influence with impact.”
Mary O’Donoghue, Prosecution Solicitor, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Service
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