11th Feb 2015
In addition to our incredible speakers, we’ve plenty of treats in store for all! Each attendee will receive a gift bag with fab, full-size?Trilogy products and an #EarlyHair blowdry at Di Milo. Our Twitter prize is an overnight stay for two with dinner at the glorious?Tankardstown House, Co. Meath, courtesy of Ireland’s Blue Book, and we have vouchers for?Mink Hand and Foot Spa for three lucky ladies… And if all that’s not enough, our partners?Samsung have three?Galaxy Alpha phones for IMAGE early birds, which will be won on the morning.
The most effective tool for a successful business is good communication – what you say, how you say it and how you frame it. Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for an IMAGE Networking Breakfast with three brilliant communicators. Learn how they have harnessed the spoken and written word, along with non-verbal methods to communicate brilliantly. Listen, learn and get plenty of inspiration; plus real, practical advice to incorporate into your business and personal life.
WHERE The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2
WHEN Thursday, March 12; 7:30-10am
TICKETS €45, click here to book your spot!
PLUS Luxury seat gift for all
Meet our speakers
Television and radio broadcaster Claire Byrne has worked extensively in current affairs across British and Irish media. Currently presenting Claire Byrne Live on Monday nights on RTE1 and Saturday with Claire Byrne on Radio One her fluidity and quick-thinking sees her seamlessly move between topics and features. Claire hosts awards ceremonies, chairs debates and is a judge with the Rehab People of the Year Awards and the Vodafone World of Difference programme. She also hosted and interviewed Victoria Beckham on a visit to Ireland.
Kathy Sheridan drifted into journalism about 20 years ago and ?? to her continuing astonishment has spent the time getting a close-up on everything from elections in Afghanistan, the aftermath of €9/11, the south-east Asian tsunami, war in Kosovo and the bleak heart of Chernobyl. ?A lot of her reporting seems to have involved tragedy ???the massacre of children at Dunblane, Omagh, murder trials and many, many funerals. ?The memory bank also includes a few magical days in Stockholm for the Seamus Heaney’s Nobel Prize, an interview with Bill Clinton and Queen Elizabeth’s bow to the rebel dead in the Garden of Remembrance. Not to mention all those election counts without which her life would have been much the poorer.
His keen interest in the mind-body connection led him to study health care methods that focus on both the mind (NLP, Hypnosis, TimeLine Therapy) and body. His work helps individuals understand the power of both spoken and non-verbal communication, and how it can improve the self and help our everyday lives in terms of business, health and personal development.?Shane has trained to the highest level in NLP and is also a Nutritional Therapist and Health and Wellness coach. In addition to private practice, he currently lectures for the Institute of Health Science.
For more information or to book tickets?email [email protected] or call 01 271 9653.
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