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Here are some of our favourite listens:
Conor is the founder of both WorkMindful and A Mental Health Journey. WorkMindful offers mindfulness and meditation training, as well as wellbeing strategy consultation to businesses, NGOs, schools, clubs and sports teams in Ireland and the UK. WorkMindful offer a wide range of services that can be tailored to suit your needs.
Jack is the co-founder of the Irish tech startup Mirr, which has patented and developed a new touchscreen smart mirror. It looks like a reflective mirror, but has the full functionality of a tablet. Jack founded the company along with Alice Shaughnessy in 2019.
BUMBLEance is the official Children’s National Ambulance Service of Ireland. They provide safe and comfortable transportation for Ireland’s youngest patients as they travel between their homes and hospitals, hospices, treatment centres, and respite centres nationwide. At BUMBLEance, they know how stressful it is to transport a sick child. BUMBLEance is with families every step of the way, with the comfort and safety of the children being their number one priority.
Daniel founded the company, ‘Mastering College to Career Academy‘, after seeing many college friends struggling to find jobs after graduating. He began as a speaker who addressed students in universities across the US, delivering strategies that students could implement to land their dream job. This led to the company’s current online based format that guides and assists its members in their pursuit of gaining employment after graduating.
Eimear is Assistant Professor of International Business and Director of the Blended Learning MBA at Trinity Business School. She gained her PhD in International Management from the University of Limerick, and her Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning from the University of Surrey, UK. Eimear’s research interests are in expatriate adjustment, cultural intelligence, recruitment and retention strategies, ethics and the health care sector. Prior to joining Trinity Business School, she held academic positions in the UK and USA.