Fingal Enterprising Women - Getting To Know Your Network Lunchtime event

Fingal Enterprising Women crowd shot

The second Fingal Enterprising Women event will take place on Tuesday 1st December at the Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport and we’d like to invite you to join us.

 We’ve designed the event so that you can mix, mingle and get to know lots of new people. It’s the perfect opportunity for you to get to know others in your Fingal Enterprising Women network.

 The Irish Independent’s Legal Editor Dearbhail McDonald will be our special guest speaker. Experienced, energetic and entertaining, Dearbhail will talk about building a highly effective network of contacts. She will share her own insights on how to network at events and how to convert contacts into real connections. Most importantly she will explain how she manages those relationships so that your connections become really valuable to you in your work. 

Schedule:Dearbhail McDonald, Legal editor, Irish Independent

12:30pm - Register, light lunch and lots of networking

13:15pm - Welcome by Karen Devine, Fingal Enterprising Women Network

13:20pm - Getting to Know Your Network with guest speaker Dearbhail McDonald, Legal Editor, The Irish Independent

13:50pm -Q&A with Dearbhail McDonald

14:00pm - Event formally ends.

Tea and coffee and networking for those who wish to continue networking 

Event Details:

Date:                  Tuesday 1st December 2015

Location:            The Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport (formerly Bewleys Hotel)

Booking Fee:     €10.00 per person.

Directions:         Click here.         

GPS Code:        Click here.         

Parking:             Complimentary parking for Fingal Enterprising Women

If you would like to attend this event you can book your place here

Our Guest Speaker:

Dearbhail is a multi-award winning Irish journalist and a much sought after commentator in broadcast media on news and current affairs subjects. She is a global Eisenhower Fellow which inspires leaders around the world to challenge themselves, to think beyond their current scope, to engage others, including outside of their current networks, and to leverage their own talents to better the world around them. A native of Newry, Dearbhail holds an LL.B (Law) from Trinity College Dublin as well as a Masters Degree in Journalism from Dublin City University. In her (limited) spare time, Dearbhail plays violin with the Serafina String Quartet.

 

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