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Sales Skills Series - Munster
Sep
26
7:30 AM07:30

Sales Skills Series - Munster

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Summer is over and we are now on the home run to year end 2019!  We want you to supercharge your end of year sales efforts by joining us at our 2nd Sales Skills Series event of the year at The Maryborough House Hotel on ) on Sept 26th..

We have three really interesting experts lined up, each speaking on a topic that will challenge your thinking and help you benchmark your sales and marketing methodology.

Ruth Fuller is MD of Fuller Marketing one of Cork’s most successful agencies.  Ruth’s session will focus on using marketing tools (both digital and traditional)for lead generation purposes.  There will be lots of tips and insights to help you maximize the return you get for your marketing investment..

Eric Fitzpatrick is Md of Ark Speaking and Training.  He is a Master storyteller and orator.  He currently delivers the “Storytelling for authentic Leadership”. training program here at The Executive.  Eric’s session will focus on how to compose sales messages and stories to make your sales proposition more appealing to your sales prospects.

Eve Johnson is an author and founder of Odd Socks.  Eve has conducted extensive research into the area of personal productivity at work .  In this session, Eve will share insights, traps to avoid, and tips to improve your productivity.

This promises to be a really interesting sales skills event – we hope you can make it!

 
 

Terms & Conditions

Times, dates & venues are subject to change. Please check 24 hrs in advance of travelling to the event.

This is a member only event, please note that non members cannot register to attend events.

Reserved parking is not available at this location.

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Lessons Learned from "The Bridge"
Oct
11
11:00 AM11:00

Lessons Learned from "The Bridge"

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Vice Admiral Mark Mellett Bio:

Mark Mellett has over 40 years’ service as an officer in the Irish Defence Forces. He is the first naval officer in the Irish State to serve as Chief of Staff. He commenced his military career as an army reservist, before being selected for a naval cadetship in the Permanent Defence Forces.

For over two decades he has been a change leader, contributing to ongoing transformation and positioning the Irish forces in a post-modern setting. He has extensive experience at home and abroad, including in Afghanistan and Lebanon, in combined and joint operational missions.

As a specialist Naval Diving Officer and Commander of three seagoing commands, Admiral Mellett participated in and led numerous counter terrorism and counter narcotic operations. He was the second Naval Officer in the history of the Irish State to be awarded “The Distinguished Service Medal (DSM)” by the Irish Government for his leadership of a complex maritime narcotics interdiction operation.

Admiral Mellett is a champion of internal and external organisational diversity. He led the introduction of a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy in the Defence Forces (the first of its kind in the Irish Public Service), which focused on gender, culture, creed, age and sexual orientation.

Holder of a Doctorate in Political Science and a Masters in Government and Public Policy, and also been a Visiting Professor abroad in Liverpool Hope University and is currently an Adjunct Professor of Law at University College Cork. He was the distinguished graduate of the senior command and staff courses he attended at the Irish Military College, the US Naval War College and the UK Royal Naval College Greenwich.

In this Director level lunch event Vice Admiral Mark Mellett will share insights and advice based on his distinguished career in the Defence Forces.

Attendance by invitation only.

 
 

Terms & Conditions

Times, dates & venues are subject to change. Please check 24hrs in advance of travelling to the event.

This is a member only event, please note that non members cannot register to attend events. Please call +353 1 662 6904 or email info@executiveinstitute.ie for more information

Reserved parking is not available at this location.

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Business Outlook 2020
Nov
28
7:30 AM07:30

Business Outlook 2020

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Terms & Conditions

Times, dates & venues are subject to change. Please check 24hrs in advance of travelling to the event.

This is a member only event, please note that non members cannot register to attend events. Please call +353 1 662 6904 or email info@executiveinstitute.ie for more information

Reserved parking is not available at this location.

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Jul
25
12:00 PM12:00

Celebrating Women in Leadership – Directors Lunch

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Members, we invite you to join us for lunch to celebrate at The Executive Institute’s 1st empowering women into leadership event in Munster on the 25th of July at Fota Island Resort. The theme of this lunch event will celebrate and acknowledge the role of women in business and leadership. There will be a prosecco & beer reception, music and some great networking with 120 members joining us for this event. We do hope you can join us.

*Please factor the drinks reception into your preferred choice of transport to and from the event.

 
 

Terms & Conditions

Times, dates & venues are subject to change. Please check 24hrs in advance of travelling to the event.

This is a member only event, please note that non members cannot register to attend events. Please call +353 1 662 6904 or email info@executiveinstitute.ie for more information

Reserved parking is not available at this location.

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Jun
27
7:30 AM07:30

Developing Executive Presence

 
Martin Garvey  Performance Coach l Facilitator l Consultant  Own The Room

Martin Garvey

Performance Coach l Facilitator l Consultant

Own The Room

 
 
 
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Sustaining a High Performance Culture
May
23
7:30 AM07:30

Sustaining a High Performance Culture

Having and then sustaining a high-performance culture is the ‘nirvana’ for most progressive organisations. Having a team of employees who contribute fully and to the best of their abilities means bottom line results improve, employees are more engaged and often staff retention gets better also. However, developing the culture in the first place and sustaining it over time is not easy. It takes trust, buy-in, collaboration, agility, innovation, resilience and great leadership communications to name but a few.

In this Munster Series Executive Institute event Hamish Adams, CEO of Athletics Ireland and Declan O’Connell, Performance Coach at Fortis Mentis Coaching will share insights and experts on developing and sustaining that high-performance culture. High-performance organizations do not take their culture for granted. They plan it, monitor it and manage it so that it remains aligned with they want to achieve. As Peter Drucker once said: Culture eats strategy for breakfast.

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Sales Success Through Coaching
Apr
11
7:30 AM07:30

Sales Success Through Coaching

There’s a tendency for the conversations between a Team member and their Manager to be focused on performance, in effect, it’s managing. These conversations are essential since the Leader’s ultimate role is to support their Team to achieve results, hit goals, to help to ‘mind the gap’.

At the same time, the most effective route to improving performance is through coaching; it promotes thinking, decision-making, and enhances learning. It empowers the individual. To coach effectively requires questioning and listening skills in conjunction with a process, or flow to having conversations. In this ‘sales success through coaching’ session, John Fitzgerald, one of Ireland’s leading executive coaches and mentors will share insight and practical direction on how coaching can transform the performance of a sales team.

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