Making meaningful connections was the clear takeaway from the first Regional Leaders Programme panel discussion, which took place at the Garden Room in the Medieval Museum, as the South East’s future leaders gathered for the event entitled “What Makes a Leader”. Opening proceedings, Waterford Chamber’s Lynda Lawton spoke of her firsthand account of the strength of a business community coming together in Midleton, Co Cork, following the recent floods. “What I have witnessed over the last week has been
Over 60 future leaders began their journey on the Waterford Chamber Regional Leaders Programme this week at an interactive opening session facilitated by Michael Stafford of The Chapter Coach and Futureneerz. The participants were joined by a number of the programme mentors and together they enjoyed Michael’s insights, networking opportunities and a delicious lunch at Faithlegg. Speaking to those gathered, Niall Harrington, Waterford Chamber President thanked Bausch + Lomb for their ongoing support
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The future of our business community is bright as over 50 participants on the Waterford Chamber Regional Leaders Programme graduated at a special event held in Faithlegg. Having completed the nine month mentoring programme, the graduates will now join an exclusive alumni of over 400, a very powerful network who will lead the charge in the development of Waterford in years to come. Hosting the event, Paul Nolan, Waterford Chamber President, thanked partners Bausch + Lomb and Waterford Chamber Skillnet for
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