Join us for our next IMAGE Networking Breakfast:?The Challenge of Change
Our careers, our lives, our families and our circumstances... they are all continuously evolving, and we change with them. But it doesn't always happen seamlessly, or without stress and discomfort. Join IMAGE Magazine's editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for a morning that tackles the thorny issue of change, and discover how you can adjust to, and thrive from, all live can offer. Network with your peers, make great new connections and enjoy a morning of inspiration, learning and plenty of take-home tips. Plus, all the usual IMAGE Networking Breakfast treats and surprises.
Where The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Dock
When 7.30am Thursday, June 25
*Luxury seat gifts from Dr. Hauschka and treats from No7.
In association with Samsung and No7.
- A Samsung Galaxy S6 edge
- An overnight stay for two people with dinner in Blairscove House, Co. Cork, courtesy of Ireland's Blue Book.
- Ten pairs of tickets to the 150th Dubai Duty Free at The Curragh
- Juliette Armand Elements Facials from The Buff Day Spa
Meet the speakers
Cathriona Hallahan is Managing Director for Microsoft in Ireland, responsible for driving Microsoft's commercial and consumer business on the island of Ireland.?In addition to managing the continued growth and expansion of the business, she also represents the Company on all strategic policy, corporate affairs and communications issues including overseeing a series of community, education and innovation programmes.?Cathriona is a qualified Executive Coach and is passionate about Change Management and Leadership Development.?She was named the Image CEO Businesswoman of the Year in 2014
Lucinda Creighton is a mother, barrister, former European Minister and a member of D?il ?ireann since May 2007. She served as Vice President of the European People's Party until September 2014.?Lucinda is a TD serving the people of Dublin Bay South Constituency and the Leader of Renua Ireland, a new political party which she founded in the spring of 2015.?Throughout her political life, Lucinda has consistently challenged the party political establishment; she is an advocate for the self-employed and champions to create an economy for entrepreneurs.
Dr Maureen Gaffney is a Psychologist, Author of Flourishing and Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Society at University College Dublin. She combines work in academia with a busy international consultancy business. She has worked with the Intel Corporation for over a decade and serves on the executive committee of the Women's Leadership Board at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. She is also a columnist and broadcaster.