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Image / Editorial

Image Mentoring Workshop


by IMAGE
16th Jul 2015

Sandie Moran & Nicola Sammon pictured at The Merrion Hotel for the IMAGE Mentoring Workshop: The Art of Good Negotiation with Stephen Boyle. Photo: Anthony Woods

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Sandie Moran & Nicola Sammon pictured at The Merrion Hotel for the IMAGE Mentoring Workshop: The Art of Good Negotiation with Stephen Boyle. Photo: Anthony Woods

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The Merrion Hotel was filled with sunshine and enthusiastic ladies for the sold-out Image Mentoring Workshop last night. It was the perfect evening for the Veuve Clicquot champagne and canap’s reception which enabled relaxed networking before attendees took their gift-covered seats to hear Stephen Boyle,?lecturer and trainer with the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School’s MBA programmes, speak on the topic of negotiation. Delicious biscuits from The Lismore Food Company, 18-month planners from Paperblanks and lip treats from YSL had everybody smiling, with even more glee as editor-in-chief Melanie Morris began the workshop by announcing that three lucky people had won dinner with cocktails at KOH Restaurant.

All notepads were whipped out and filled furiously as Stephen poured out his expert knowledge with confidence and clarity, taking questions as they came. With the extensive tips and advice given, Ireland better watch out – there’s now a new batch of educated negotiators in town. Did we mention #imagemw was trending in the top 5 in Ireland on Twitter?

This event was in association with Enterprise Ireland.