LIVE LEADERSHIP PANEL DISCUSSION with chairperson Kieran Murphy (Ire), Management Consultant and Executive Coach at Wholestory. Panelists include Rosemary Keogh (Ire), CEO, Irish Wheelchair Association; John Church (Ire), CEO, ISPCC; Helen Raftery (Ire), CEO, Junior Achievement Ireland.
Please join this live online panel discussion with prominent leaders in the Charity sector.
This session dives into equipping strategic leaders on how to lead during times of uncertainty. You’ll hear from five amazing charity leaders.
In the lead-up to this conversation, our panel reviewed Rosemary Keogh's qualitative research study around the well-being of Irish Charity CEOs. You’ll hear the discussion centre on key topics around communication, empathetic and authentic leadership, and how personal wellness can relate directly to your organisations financial performance.
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Kieran Murphy - Leadership Development Facilitator, Wholestory
Kieran Murphy is an experienced leadership development facilitator working mainly in the not-for-profit sector. In addition, he draws on over 20 years experience of working in a variety of senior leadership positions, at both executive and board levels, in not-for-profit organisations in Ireland and the UK.
Kieran is a qualified Coach, Systemic Team Coach, and has a Masters in Organisational Analysis.
Rosemary Keogh - CEO, Irish Wheelchair Association
Rosemary Keogh has over 25 years leadership experience across diverse and multi-faceted organisations in the public, corporate and not for profit sectors. A qualified accountant, Rosemary has been CEO of the Irish Wheelchair Association since 2016 and is also currently a board member of the Charities Regulatory Authority and Chair the National Disability Services Association. Prior to working in the Charities' sector, Rosemary acquired over 20 years' experience of financial, audit and risk management up to and including international finance director level, and across a range of SMEs, Multinationals, Public Sector and Not for Profits. Rosemary is a qualified coach and member of the Association for Coaching and is currently completing an MSc in Work & Organisational Behaviour at DCU.
Helen Raftery - CEO, Junior Achievement Ireland
Helen is CEO of Junior Achievement Ireland (JAI), working with 30 staff and 3,000 business volunteers each year to inspire and motivate young people to realise their potential by valuing education and gaining an understanding of how to succeed in the world of work.
John Church - CEO, ISPCC
John Church joined the ISPCC in August 2018 having spent the previous 13 years in the charity sector more recently as CEO of Age Action and also CEO of Arthritis Ireland.
John brings a wealth of commercial and marketing experience to the organisation, having spent 16 years in the private sector.
John has held senior marketing and commercial management roles within the food and drink sector such as The Coca-Cola Company and financial services sector within the Bank of Ireland Group. John is a past director of Charities Institute Ireland.
A science graduate of University College Dublin, he holds a degree in International Marketing from the University of Leuven in Belgium and a diploma in direct marketing from Kingston University, London. In his spare time, John takes part in cycling and triathlon events and following his favorite rugby team, Leinster.