Entrepreneurship does not sleep. It is not a skill that can be turned on and off: it is rooted and needs constant feeding.
Similarly, with so many daily demands and commitments associated with leadership, it is often difficult to step back and look at the big picture as your business is built. But it is a very necessary and beneficial process.
Join us Wednesday 16 June for an afternoon of learning where we decompress the strategies and experiences of some of Ireland’s leading family businesses and listen to people with generations of entrepreneurship under the tape.
IMAGE x PwC Business Series: success and succession in private companies
IMAGE Media, in collaboration with PwC, presents a series of businesses where, with input from some of Ireland’s leading business and thinking leaders, we take time to explore, examine and learn about our modern world of work.
In this one, the second of our IMAGE Business Series, our collaborating editor Melanie Morris will moderate a conversation full of effective takeaway tips from an impressive panel with Orla Hughes (Commercial Director, PortWest); Rachel O’Connor (General Director of the General Painting Group) i Margaret Harbron (Director of Private Customer Service at PwC Ireland).
In this session you will know:
- Build a business to deal with peaks and troughs
- The essential elements to ensure success
- How to make the most of your strengths and how to develop new skills
- The power of people, the learnings of experience
- How to be agile and sensitive in times of uncertainty
- Valuable lessons and ideas from our panelists
When: Wednesday 16 June at 15:00 *
* Can’t make it 3pm? No problem, the event will be available on demand for a limited time after the event airs.
On: From the comfort and convenience of your home
How to access: You can sign up for the event below. We will provide each registered guest with a link to access just prior to the event on June 16th.
In collaboration with PwC, IMAGE Media presents a four-part Business Series, where we take time to explore, examine and learn about our modern world of work and listen to some of Ireland’s key business and thought leaders.