Women in Leadership Series: Flourishing in the Face of Adversity, Rebuilding Resilience in the Workplace
DCU Centre for Family Business in collaboration with DCU Leadership and Talent Institute is proud to present the third event in its Women in Leadership series, ‘Flourishing in the Face of Adversity: Rebuilding Resilience in the Workplace’ in DCU Ryan Academy, on Thursday 16th November.
This event aims to address the unique challenges faced by our female leaders, and the inspirational ways in which these difficulties can be conquered. Three remarkable women join us to share their stories of perseverance, courage and resilience, both personal and professional: Peaches Kemp, Co-Founder of Itsa Bagel; Orlaith Carmody, Managing Director of Gavin Duffy & Associates; and Roslyn Bell, Director of Commonhall Apartments.
The Women in Leadership series, co-hosted by DCU’s Leadership and Talent Institute and the Centre for Family Business, aims to ignite essential conversations around inclusivity and diversity in leadership and family business, with a view to developing new ideas. Leading guest speakers are invited to share their knowledge and reflections on women in the workplace, and their experience of female leadership.
For further information and to register, please click here.
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