Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane Announced for National Management Conference
We are pleased to announce that Republic of Ireland Manager Martin O’Neill and assistant manager Roy Keane will address our National Management Conference. The IMI National Management Conference, proudly sponsored by eircom Business Solutions, will take place on Thursday October 9th 2014.
Republic of Ireland Manager Martin O’Neill commented on his involvement in the conference saying; “I am thrilled at the opportunity to speak at the IMI’s National Management Conference next month. The IMI has been the leader in executive education in Ireland for over 60 years and I am really looking forward to the conference in October. If my experience in football can in anyway benefit the top executives in Ireland then I will be extremely pleased.”
O’Neill and Keane will draw on their own experience in top-level soccer to talk about their personal leadership lessons and what they’ve learned about developing and managing top talent.
O’Neill who led the likes of Leicester City and Glasgow Celtic to unrivalled success in his time and Keane who captained both his club Manchester United and country for over seven years will share their insights with Ireland’s top executives in an interactive and engaging session.
The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Adapt-Align-Achieve’ and more than 300 of Ireland’s top business executives are expected to attend. The conference will explore the challenges facing businesses in today’s increasingly complex and unpredictable world. Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane will be joined by a diverse set of highly regarded speakers who will challenge traditional assumptions about business, organisations and leadership as well as outlining how success can be achieved in the future.
Other speakers at the IMI National Management Conference will include Tim Harford, an award-winning BBC presenter, Financial Times columnist and bestselling author; Nilofer Merchant, Silicon Valley entrepreneur and consultant to top Fortune 500 companies; and Shane O’Mara, Professor of Experimental Brain Research at Trinity College and Director of the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience.