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We are all bombarded with messages about change, uncertainty and a future that no one can predict. In this presentation, John Ryan delves into the issues that are making and breaking organisations operating in this modern, mobile and ambiguous world of work. Attendees will gain key insights into the world of work including; key leadership attributes and why they are working, what the current best practices are and why they are landing, and the core drivers of performance and why you can’t afford to ignore them.
John will also give a special preview of a new global accreditation standard for healthy workplaces focused on a new holistic approach to allow individuals develop the capacity to succeed in this new world of work.
Registration will be from 5.00pm with the briefing beginning at 5.15pm sharp.
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
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CEO, Great Place to Work
John joined Great Place to Work Ireland in January 2011 as both CEO and shareholder. Since then he has overseen an expansion that has seen the Irish affiliate acquire a significant shareholding in the UK entity, with further international acquisitions planned. The Irish business, which had previously been solely focused on assessing organisations, has now developed a very strong consultancy division aimed at helping organisations maximise their people investment. John is a ‘master trainer’ and has been involved in a number of global transformation projects.
Originally a broadcast journalist, John's background initially was in sales and marketing, where after completing his studies in Dublin City University, he joined Golden Pages where he lead sales and training divisions during a period of double digit growth, later establishing his own training consultancy delivering programmes to multinational clients across the globe. A regular media contributor, he is seen as a thought leader and a key commentator on workplace issues.
Outside of business John also has a keen interest in politics and is currently Leas Cathaoirleach of Wicklow County Council and a director of the Mermaid Arts Centre.
Mazars is one of the leading professional services firms in Ireland. Services include audit, assurance, tax, consulting, financial advisory, corporate finance and financial outsourcing. With over 300 staff based in Dublin and Galway, Mazars Ireland is part of an integrated partnership with over 17,000 professionals in 77 countries.