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In the last ten years, many individuals and organisations have become all too familiar with the paradox of the ‘always connected’ world of the smartphone, tablet and laptop.
Technology allows us to be more productive, but it can also serve up endless information and distractions, making us constantly busy and unable to focus on what’s most important in our organisations.
What’s at the root of this always connected habit? And how can we use technology in smarter, more effective ways - maximising the benefits while minimising some of the negative unintended consequences?
Aidan Healy, Co-Founder of specialist consultancy UnPlug, will discuss why leaders have a duty of care to establish a strong digital culture, and will share his insights and experience.
Registration will take place from 17:00 with the briefing beginning at 17:15 sharp, followed by Q&A and refreshments.
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Aidan Healy is the Co-Founder of UnPlug, a specialist consultancy that helps individuals and organisations work smarter in an always connected world.
He has designed and delivered a wide range of programmes, incorporating the latest research and good practice, to leaders and managers in over fifty organisations throughout Europe. Topics have included attention management, managing an always connected culture and developing high performing digital teams.
Aidan has ten years of experience in people development roles holding qualifications in psychology, leadership and coaching. He is a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and organisational development consultant.
Mazars is a leading professional services firm in Ireland. Services include audit, assurance, tax, consulting, financial advisory, corporate finance and financial outsourcing. With over 400 staff based in Dublin, Galway and Limerick, Mazars Ireland is part of an integrated partnership with over 23,000 professionals in 89 countries.