PODCAST: ​Phoenix Talent Talks in partnership with the Business Post - Women In Leadership

13 March 2020


PODCAST: ​Phoenix Talent Talks in partnership with the Business Post - Women In Leadership
Phoenix is proud to introduce the fourth episode of our popular monthly podcast series, featuring insights and commentary from some of Ireland’s leading professionals on the most topical issues in the Irish employment market today.

“These topics range from agile working - especially in these testing times - to talent attraction and retention, and diversity and inclusion,” said Phoenix Managing Partner Ed Rossiter. “Ultimately, our aim with this podcast - which is unique to the industry - is to give listeners valuable insight into how the employment landscape is evolving with this new decade."

The first episode - entitled Winning The War for Talent - features industry experts Audrey O’Mahony, Managing Director, Talent & Organisation at Accenture and Louise Mooney, People Manager at DMS Governance, led by Ed and hosted by Business Post media and marketing reporter Elaine O'Regan.​

In the second episode on Employee Engagement and Wellness, Ed and Elaine are joined by Cathal Sheridan, Head of program design at Peptalk, and benefits and wellness expert Velma Roberts.

The third episode on Diversity & Inclusion is chaired by Phoenix Managing Partner Ruth Lyndon and features industry experts Stephanie Good, Senior Manager and D&I Lead, People & Organisation Consulting at PwC Ireland, Caoimhe Clarkin, Head of Litigation and Regulatory at DLA Piper, and Sheelagh Daly, Entrepreneurship Manager at Enterprise Ireland.

This month's episode on Women In Leadership features Olivia Lynch, Tax Partner at KPMG, Alison Manley, Managing Director at Goodbody Fund Management Limited and Eavan Saunders, Managing Partner at Dentons as they discuss their career highs and lows, leaning in and the advice they would give to their younger selves.

Talent Talks is available here, on businesspost.ie and on all of your favourite channels.
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