|Venue||Finnstown Country House Hotel, Newcastle Rd, Lucan|
|Date||Thursday, May 5th , 2022|
|Time||11:30 am - 2:00 pm|
We’re delighted to confirm that our our Women in Leadership series returns after a forced hiatus for the last 18 months. Our first Women in Leadership speaker of 2022 will be Dr Sinéad Brennan, Chief People Officer with the National Treasury Management Agency. During her talk, Sinéad will touch on the timely topics of “the great resignation”, building an inclusive culture in your organisation and engaging employees – particularly in hybrid working models.
Dr Sinéad Brennan – Chief People Officer at National Treasury Management Agency
Sinéad joined the NTMA in 2014 as Head of Human Resources and was subsequently appointed Director, HR before becoming Chief People Officer. Prior to joining the NTMA, Sinead was Head of Human Resources with KBC Bank Ireland and previously HR Director with BDO Ireland. Sinéad has also worked in HR roles in the software sector and in HR consultancy services.
Sinéad is Chair of the Gender Matters initiative in the NTMA and is an advocate for Inclusion and Diversity across the Agency. Her professional passion is to create work cultures where people can thrive, develop and bring their authentic selves to work. She holds a PhD from Dublin City University (DCU) and her research topic was leadership development. She was announced as the 2019 Pearse Walsh Medal Award winner for her research. Sinéad also holds a Masters in Business Studies from DCU.
Sinéad is a non-executive director of Aware, the mental health charity and is the Mum of two very active boys and in non-lockdown times spends quite a bit of time on the side-lines of (often soggy) GAA and Rugby pitches.
MC: Eimear Caslin – General Manager, GSK
Our MC for this event is Eimear Caslin, General Manager with GSK.
As General Manager of GSK’s Pharma business in Ireland, Eimear is accountable for aligning a high performance team, focused on delivering results using GSK’s values of transparency, respect, integrity and patient focus. She prides herself on her team’s ability to identify and navigate complex or ambiguous situations by developing effective solutions which ultimately deliver on GSK’s purpose to help patients do more, feel better and live longer.
Eimear has worked in GSK for over 27 years and has led several transformational programmes across operational, cultural and digital dimensions. She took up the position of General Manager in 2017 and is particularly passionate about culture, development and enabling individuals to be the best version of themselves.
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