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Aims and Objectives
Following on from the success of last year’s wellbeing summit we are pleased to announce another summit for 2021.
This year the Business of Wellbeing Summit will look at how small, medium and large sized firms, in Ireland, can ensure authentic and integrated wellbeing in the workplace. It will also offer evidence on how positive workplace culture can lead to thriving employees, and, therefore, a thriving business.
The event is targeted at firms and professionals who want to hear from cutting-edge industries about why wellbeing is critical to business. It will appeal to those who are open to novel ideas, self-reflection, a change of attitudes, and increased knowledge in this area.
In more detail, the Business of Wellbeing Summit will:
- Share ideas on how to power your firm’s culture with strong workplace relationships and watch productivity and profitability soar
- Highlight leadership skills to emerge from this crisis stronger than ever before
- Examine how employee wellbeing links with diversity and inclusion
- Offer space for reflection on our humanity in the workplace and how to create work cultures that encourage and support greater connection as we return to the office
- Explore secondary trauma, anxiety and wellbeing
James Cahill, President Law Society of Ireland will open the Summit
Speakers and panelists include
- 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
- Your login information for this Zoom Webinar will be emailed to you 3 working days before the event
- The Zoom Webinar are held using Zoom Webinar and will not be recorded. If you miss the live webinar you cannot play back the event. You also may not avail of your CPD Hours for that event.
- Solicitor can complete their full CPD requirements for 2021 by eLearning. For more information see www.lawsociety.ie/CPDscheme
- For full program see our Brochure.
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NOTE: Following your participation in this course Law Society Finuas Skillnet will issue you with a digital CPD certificate using blockchain-based technology. With blockchain, you can verify with others - such as the Law Society CPD Scheme section - the authenticity of your certificate in a matter of seconds. This initiative is the result of collaboration between Law Society Finuas Skillnet and VerifyEd. In summary, you will be provided with a complimentary secure, virtual library where you can save your future digital CPD certificates. This allows Law Society Finuas Skillnet to better serve you, our member, by providing an encrypted platform to issue CPD certificates with cryptographic proof that they were issued by Law Society Finuas Skillnet. [Allow 14 days for your certificate to be issued].