10
Apr

Speaker Series - dublin

After #MeToo

Discussing the Ripple Effects in Corporate Ireland

Event Details:

The #metoo campaign has facilitated the narrative around violence against women, with experiences being shared from personal and professional lives of women around the world. Naming the #metoo movement was just the beginning; we now need to be advocates in our corporate communities. Join us to explore some of the many questions and themes which have emerged recently in the workplace, as a result of the #metoo movement. We must continue these discussions, opening up an inclusive space to address the opportunities and challenges associated with moving ‘beyond the hashtag’ to bring about real change. Learn about the critical tools and steps to build cultures where everyone feels safe and empowered.

Learning Objective:

  • Learn about the critical tools and steps to build cultures where everyone feels safe and empowered.

Agenda:

18 h – 18:30 h – Registration and networking

18:30 h – 20 h – Discussion

20 h – Cocktail concludes

20 h – 20:30 h – Optional networking

Speakers:

Garry McCabe
HR Director, Kuehne + Nagel

Garry McCabe portraitGarry McCabe is a strategically focused Human Resource professional with over 20 years’ experience in Human Resources and Industrial Relations. He has an extremely strong commercial orientation which allows him focus his HR team to deliver a real and tangible return on investment to Kuehne + Nagel Ireland. Garry has broad experience, having worked with the world’s most respected logistics group and two of Ireland’s renowned brands. His professional passion is developing sustainable high performance working environments where colleagues can contribute effectively and gain personal growth.

Noeleen Meehan
Senior Associate, A & L Goodbody

Noeleen Meehan portraitNoeleen is a Senior Associate in A&L Goodbody’s Employment group. Noeleen regularly advises HR teams and in-house legal counsel on various employment-related issues ranging from day to day employment matters (such as the implementation of policies and procedures) through to the management of specific individuals (in areas such as discipline, performance, fitness and probity, the investigation of allegations of bullying and harassment and the negotiation of managed exits). In addition, she has provided several onsite training sessions for clients in relation to the implementation of their HR policies.

Moderator:

Caitlin O’Connor
Founder, Accelerating Performance

Caitlin O'Connor portrait

Caitlin is widely acknowledged as one of the leading experts in networking, lead generation and market strategy. She has a passion for empowering people to take control and action through learning. Her programmes and mentoring sessions are exhilarating and energy charged while being results orientated.

Caitlin is an expert consultant with the European Commission the SME instrument and is retained as an advocate and business growth consultant with Enterprise Ireland and Failte Ireland.

She is passionate about strategic development and scaling and has recently launched a package for “Strategy Away Days” incorporating the facilitation of the day in line with company objectives and an output report for input into the strategic direction of the business/ team/ unit.

Caitlin was one of founding board members of IIBN in Ireland and was also the founding President of PWN. She has published a learning resource on networking which is CPD accredited called “Engage Lead Generation through Networking”. Caitlin is a regular contributor to radio and is retained by a number of MBA programmes.

Location:

The Gibson Hotel
Point Square,
Dublin 1,
Ireland
353 1 681 5000

Gold Partner:

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Media Partner:

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April 10, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Dublin 1,