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The Business of Wellbeing Summit – online 30 September
Only 3 weeks to go until the complimentary Business of Wellbeing Summit with special guest Blindboy!
This Summit gives the solicitors’ profession space and time to explore the business benefits of investing in robust wellbeing and mental health programmes. A number of expert speakers, all with a background in law, will present in the morning. After lunch, BlindBoy will discuss vicarious trauma, secondary trauma, stress, burnout and much more with an expert.
Here is what you will take-away from the summit:
• Evidence of why wellbeing makes sense for you, your firm and your clients: the business case for wellbeing
• Knowledge of employee rights and employer risks and obligations regarding wellbeing and mental health in the workplace
• An understanding of what the Mindful Business Charter is and how to adopt and implement it
• Insight into vicarious trauma, secondary trauma, stress and burnout – what these are and what your firm can do about it
 
Chairperson
Antoinette Moriarty, Psychotherapist & Law School Psychological Services Manager, Law Society of Ireland, Dublin
Speakers/Panellists - in order of appearance
 
Michele O’Boyle, President, Law Society of Ireland
Teri Kelly, Director of Representation and Member Services, Law Society of Ireland
Michelle Ní Longáin, Partner, ByrneWallace Solicitors, Dublin
Katie da Gama, Business & Executive Coach and Leadership Development Consultant, Dublin
Richard Martin, Director, Byrne Dean, England
Jeanne Kelly, Senior Partner, LK Shields, Dublin
Guy Setford, CEO, Setfords Solicitors, England
Tara Doyle, Partner, Matheson, Dublin  
Stephen Bowcott, CEO John Sisk and Son, Dublin
Nick Bloy, Wellbeing Republic
Blindboy  - Author, mental health activist, musician, Limerick with Expert.
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Contact us 
Email: finuasskillnet@lawsociety.ie
 
Tel: 01 881 5727