International and inspirational business thought leaders and visionaries come together to talk about the key trends and identify the ways in which business can respond to them in order to remain dynamic, innovative and competitive.
Employee Engagement, Diversity & Communications Lead, ESB
Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD
Chief People Officer & Group Head of Corporate Resources, Irish Life
Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the London Business School
Technology Evangelist - Clare Dillon Consulting
Digital Transformation Educator and Founder of Ionology
Oceans and human health expert, NUI Galway
Senior Labour Market Policy Executive, Ibec
Psychotherapist, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services
CEO and Founder, Tandem HR Solutions
Director, Library & Information Services and Librarian at the University of Limerick.
Director of Employer Relations, Ibec
Director of Student Experience, University of Liverpool
|08:30 – 10:00||
Session 1: The Future of Work
Globalisation, rapid digitisation, changing lifestyles and new consumer preferences mean jobs and careers are being transformed. The archetypal worker used to be a worker on a production line or an office worker. This will not be the case into the future. The needs of businesses and individuals are shifting, and so too are career paths. We open the summit with an exploration of the “new employment relationship”.
Keynote: Dr Paul Redmond, Director of Student Experience, University of Liverpool
– Maeve McElwee, Director of Employer Relations, Ibec
– Kara McGann, Senior Labour Market Policy Executive, Ibec
– Aisling Teillard, CEO and Founder, Tandem HR Solutions
– Niall McKeown, Digital Transformation Educator and Founder, Ionology
Coffee and networking break
|10:40 – 12:30||
Session 2: Humanising leadership: how to foster meaning and learning in the digital age
Making work meaningful and fostering people’s growth have emerged as central demands on leaders. As mobility becomes the new morality, talent flocks to organisation whose leaders promise learning. This session will explore what to means to fulfil that promise and foster trustworthy leadership and meaningful work in our companies and communities.
Keynote: Gianpiero Petriglieri, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, INSEAD
– Ciarán Quilty, Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions, SMB, EMEA at Facebook
– Sarah Claxton, Employee Engagement, Diversity & Communications Lead, ESB
Lunch and networking
|13:30 – 16:00||
Session 3: The New Future: The digital revolution and its Implications on how we work and compete
In the past twenty years, we have witnessed a tsunami of radical demographic, technological, societal and institutional changes. They have had a tremendous effect on how we work, shop, live our daily lives and what we value or consider important at home and at work. These changes have influenced how companies manage employees, how they serve customers and how they compete. This session explores this modern organisation.
Keynote: Costas Markides, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, London Business School
– Dr Easkey Britton, Oceans and Human Health Expert, NUI Galway
– Clare Dillon, Technology Evangelist, Clare Dillon Consulting
– Dr Colman Noctor, Psychotherapist, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services
– Gobnait O’ Riordan, Director, Library & Information Services, University of Limerick
Our central location in Dublin 3, is within easy reach of the city centre, Dublin Airport and Dublin port.
Visitors Entrance on Jones Road
By bus:Dublin Bus offers a high-frequency, accessible and easy to use service from all over Dublin. A number of services bring you quite close to Croke Park and many others will get you to the city centre from where the stadium is a 15 minute walk.
Bus Routes that serve Croke Park
1, 7, 11, 13, 14, 16, 27a, 27b, 29a, 31/a, 31b, 32, 33, 40, 40b, 40d, 41, 41b, 41c, 42, 43, 44, 53, 123, 13
By Bus Éireann: Bus Éireann provide a nationwide bus service and private coach hire options to travelling fans. You can find out more about their schedules and services on the GAA News section of their site.
On DART/LUAS: Both the DART and LUAS networks provide an excellent service from many different parts of Dublin. In most cases ‘park & ride’ is available at various stations along the route.Take the Luas Red Line to Connolly Station and Croke Park is just a 15 minute walk from here.
By train: Iarnród Éireann provides convenient travel services for anyone travelling to Croke Park from rail connected locations around the country. For further information, visit www.irishrail.ie.
If you are travelling on Wednesday evening and need accommodation, please note the following hotels which are close to the event:
Croke Park one of the world’s most wholly unique and flexible venues for bringing people together – to be inspired and entertained.
With recently renovated and state of the art conference facilities, Croke Park is Dublin’s premier conference facility.
In the vibrant heart of Dublin city, the only venue in the city offering up to 600 free and secure parking spaces.
As the home of Ireland’s largest sporting and cultural organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) – Croke Park has played host to iconic moments in Irish sport & history and to major cultural and international events.
Croke Park is one of Europe’s largest stadia, with a capacity of 82,300 and can accommodate all types of events – from field sports to concerts, conferences to tradeshows and bespoke banqueting.