Celebrating Excellence – Business Networking Evening – Woodford Dolmen Hotel, Carlow at 6 – 7pm –  has been designed to help you promote your business and develop your own business network while hearing from international experts and sharing in a celebration of achievement of excellence of Carlow Companies in the areas of LEAN, Management Development, and Youth Entrepreneurship.

Guest Speaker is David Meade

David Meade is a trainer, facilitator, broadcaster, researcher, and international speaker. He’s worked with organisations that include Apple, PwC, Harvard in Boston, the Cabinet Office in Westminster, Bombardier, and Bank of America, with whom he works on improving the way they work and perform through comprehensive management, leadership, and operational development programmes. David is a first class honours graduate from Ulster University’s School of International Business. His work as a lecturer and award winning researcher in business and strategy with one of Irelands leading Universities has built his reputation as one of Europe’s most sought after organisational facilitators.

David’s personal interests have always focused on aspects of organisational psychology, consumer behaviour and choice, and by combining these professional and personal passions with his dynamic and engaging presentation style, David has become known for an innovative style that forces audiences to think critically about the challenges around them.

Over 85% percent of his diary is spent working at the executive level on motivating and inspiring some of the largest and most diverse organisations to work more effectively.

He cultivates decades of cutting edge research into management, organisations, and leadership to build scientifically sound and evidence based development programs that create demonstrable improvements in even the largest companies. David receives continued acclaim from clients that recognise the strong business value he offers organisations.

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Source: Carlow Local Enterprise Office 

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