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Event: A Woman’s World?


By IMAGE
24th Apr 2015
Event: A Woman’s World?

A Woman’s World??The challenges and rewards facing women in business.

“There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.” So said Madeleine Albright. But being a female in business involves a lot more than help; we also need focus, aptitude, ability, time management, qualifications and the impossible art of (at least) bilocation.

Things have moved so far forward in recent times, but is society still out of kilter with our professional aspirations? Are we doomed before we start?

Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for a morning of inspiration as we learn how some of Ireland’s most established businesswomen achieved their professional goals. Also, learn how to sharpen your own career path, for greater happiness and success.

Where The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Dock

When 7.30am Friday, May 22

Tickets here €45, call 01 271 9615 or email [email protected]

Meet the speakers

Lucy Gaffney Chairperson, Communicorp Group Limited A graduate of the College of Marketing and Design, Lucy joined Esat Digifone as an advisor in its bid and subsequent launch as Ireland’s second GSM mobile phone operator. She served in a number of senior positions within the company, including managing director, Esat Clear; director of marketing of Esat Telecom Group; and chief operating officer. Lucy is chairperson of Communicorp Group Limited, which owns and operates radio stations across Ireland, the UK and Europe, including Today FM and Newstalk 106-108 FM. She is a founding director of Digicel Group since its launch in Jamaica in 2001 and was appointed to the board of Independent News & Media as a non-executive director in 2009.

Anne O’Leary Chief executive officer, Vodafone Ireland O’Leary was appointed CEO of Vodafone Ireland in February 2013, having joined the company five years earlier. She spearheaded the expansion of the company’s product offering to Irish businesses and oversaw its acquisition of Interfusion Networks and Complete Telecom. Most recently, Anne has led Vodafone’s joint venture agreement with the ESB. Anne has driven the creation of the Women’s Network at Vodafone Ireland with the goal of enhancing diversity and attracting and retaining top talent. She’s an elected member of the board of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and serves on the foundation board of UCC.

Each will speak on the topic of A Woman’s World? The challenges and rewards as a woman in business.Natasha Fennell Director at Stillwater Communications and co-author of the number 1 best-seller, The Daughterhood, with R?is?n Ingle. Natasha will look at the obstacles that many women face when pursuing a top position in their careers. She’ll then explore the main reasons behind these barriers, the changes that need to happen, and the things that we can do now, today, to enable women to flourish alongside men in the workplace.

*Luxury Liz Earle seat gifts

WIN

 

  • Samsung S6
  • One night stay for two people sharing with dinner in Moy House, Co.Clare with Ireland’s Blue Book!

 

In association with Samsung and No7.

For tickets, please click here, call 01 271 9653 or email [email protected].