Women in Business

Louise Dennison

Women's Wellbeing in the Workplace

We look forward to welcoming you to our Summer Tri County Women in Business event, where we will be joined once again by our colleagues from Longford and Leitrim. This event is sure to leave you inspired, energised and motivated along with offering a lot of laughs and great opportunities to grow your network with business women from Leitrim, Longford and Westmeath.

  • Venue: The Landmark Hotel, Carrick On Shannon, Co. Leitrim, N41 N9W4
  • Date & Time: Monday 20th May 2023 | 5:30pm – 8:30pm
  • Cost: FREE

Schedule of Events:

  • 5:30p.m. | Registration
  • 6:00p.m. | Welcome Address - Pat Murphy, Chair of Tri County Women In Business Network
  • 6.15p.m. | Louise Dennison O'Shaughnessy - Wellbeing in the Workplace Expert
  • 7:10p.m. | 3 Guest Business Speakers from Leitrim, Longford & Westmeath
  • 7.45p.m. | Informal Networking Session
  • 8:30p.m. | Event Concludes

Louise Dennison-O’Shaughnessy

  • Advanced Mental Health Instructor, Certified in Mental Health and Nutrition, First Aid Instructor, Registered EMT, Dip.Training and Development IITD, BSc, P.G Dip (Business & Management). Website - www.thedennisontrainingacademy.com
  • Louise is a Wellbeing in the Workplace Expert. Founder and CEO of The Dennison Training Academy. She is a Workplace Well-Being Thought Leader, Researcher, Consultant, Trainer, Speaker, Mental Health Workplace Policy Writer and World Wellbeing Author.
  • As a qualified Advanced Mental Health Instructor and Registered EMT, she is aware of the many aspects that impact working life in areas such as productivity, health and safety, relationships, work-life balance, attendance, and workplace satisfaction - and increasingly, the risk of anxiety and burnout. Louise also covers areas such as Peri-menopause and Menopause in her talks.
  • Louise enjoys working with groups to instil a sense of enjoyment in the learning process - focusing on increasing people’s knowledge around Mental Health. She actively creates awareness of attitudes towards people with mental health difficulties while, at the same time, looking to improve participants' own psychological wellbeing.

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