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The Challenge of Change: Join industry leaders for a conversation on building resilience in a transformed world

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11th Mar 2021
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The Challenge of Change: Join industry leaders for a conversation on building resilience in a transformed world

In the first part of our new business series, we’ll ask Irish industry leaders about handling change and building resilience in times of uncertainty.

If there’s one thing women excel at, it’s change… but that doesn’t mean we always have to like it! Nevertheless, whether navigating through our tasks and targets; taking on a new industry or position; or simply evolving our ways of working; change continually comes into every facet of our professional lives.

Thankfully, we are not alone, and the past year has presented a whole new landscape of challenges, and opportunities that we’ve all had to embrace. The question that remains is how can we make these work to our best advantage? 

IMAGE Media, in partnership with PwC, presents a new, four-part business series where, with input from some of Ireland’s key thought and business leaders, we take time to explore, examine and learn about our modern working world.

The Challenge of Change virtual event, in partnership with PwC

Join us for a working virtual lunch on Wednesday, March 24, for the first part in our IMAGE Business Series, where we’ll talk all about change – how we see it, how we manage it, and how we own it. 

IMAGE’s contributing editor Melanie Morris will moderate the conversation with a hugely accomplished panel featuring Aine Kerr (Co-Founder and COO, Kinzen), Marie Taylor-Ghent (Director of Data & Analytics at PwC Ireland) and Oonagh O’Hagan (founder and CEO, Meaghers Pharmacy Group).

In this session you will learn:

  • Key strategies for future-proofing your business and your role within it
  • How to be agile and responsive in times of uncertainty
  • Valuable lessons and insights from our panelists

Register now

WHEN: Wednesday, March 24 at 12pm

WHERE: From the comfort and convenience of your own home

HOW TO ACCESS: You can register for the event below. On March 24, we will provide registered guests with a link ahead of the event.



*Can’t make 12pm? No problem, we will also provide registered guests with a link to access the series on demand.