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If I knew then what I know now: Dell’s Marie Moynihan shares the business wisdom she’s glad she ignored


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06.12.22

In a short, sharp interview, Marie Moynihan shares her nuggets of wisdom on the emotional toil of ruminating; how owning things brings a lot of stress; and how the quality of your life depends on your thoughts.

Marie Moynihan is Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources Services at Dell Technologies. She leads a team of 800 HR professionals globally. She is also responsible for Dell’s global HR approach and influences all key HR decisions for the company. Maire is married with one son and lives in Ireland. What’s one lesson you have learned in business that you wish every woman knew? Do not overly dwell on things…especially when they go wrong....

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