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Wellbeing: why it matters and how it makes good business sense
Louise O’Neill the award winning author and columnist will speak at the complimentary online Business of Wellbeing Summit on Tuesday 12 October. 
 
Louise O’Neill’s award winning novels (‘Asking for It, ‘After the Silence’) ’explore harrowing subjects such as abuse, domestic violence and coercive control. The subject matter of her research and writing plus Louise’s own life experiences opens up a conversation with Psychotherapist Paul Hughes to discuss issues including secondary trauma. 
 
The Business of Wellbeing Summit explores how investing and developing a wellbeing culture in your business leads to:
 
●Better employee engagement, retention & recruitment
●Enhanced client experience 
●Reduced costs
●Higher performance and productivity
●Decreased sickness and absenteeism
●Happy and healthy employees linking directly to your business's success
 
The speakers and panellists include:
 
James Cahill, President, Law Society of Ireland
Sara Carnegie, Director of Legal Projects, International Bar Association 
Katie da Gama, Lawyer, Executive and Leadership Coach
Valerie Daunt, Human Capital Lead in Deloitte Consulting
Olwen Dawe, Political Analyst and Consultant
Kate Fergusson, Head of Responsible Business, Pinsent Masons, Solicitors & Diversity and Inclusion Expert 
Nicke Harrison, Inclusion & Wellbeing Lead, PInsent Masons Solicitors
Paul Hughes, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist 
Richard Martin, Director Mental Health and Wellbeing, Byrne Dean Solicitors
Louise O’Neill, Author and Columnist
Carol Plunkett, Co-Chair, Law Society Finuas Skillnet Steering Committee
Michael Quinlan, Member of Law Society Wellbeing Steering Group
David Williams, Partner at LK Shields Solicitors
 
The Business of Wellbeing Summit is a complimentary online Law Society Finuas Skillnet event designed in partnership with the Professional Wellbeing Project Team.
 
The Law Society Professional Training team provides technical support before and during all our online events. Call us at 01 881 5727 or email cpdevents@lawsociety.ie and one of the team will help.
 
Click here to read the brochure or click Wellbeing Summit to book your place.
 

 

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