Develop your career and leadership skills with our first online event this year from Old Aloysian and Leadership Coach, Siobhan Dunn (Class of 1988), on Thursday 25th February 2021 at 7.00pm on Zoom, followed by a Q&A session. This is particularly suitable for our younger OAs, but everyone is welcome!
If you’ve ever wanted to know the actions you need to take to help you have greater impact and influence beyond your authority, then this is the session for you.
Often in traditional working environments, it can seem impossible to ‘lead from any seat in the room’ but with the right mindset and simple techniques, anything can happen!
Siobhan states that building personal gravitas and presence with others is vital. In her presentation, she will explore some easy steps that will help build immediate rapport with others, as well as new habits we can create to increase our confidence moving forwards.
Do join us on the evening of 25th February and be inspired by Siobhan. Please register below. The link will be automatically sent to you.
Siobhan Dunn (OA 1988) worked in Finance before moving into the third sector becoming CEO of Teenage Cancer Trust, one of the UK’s leading charities for young people. Passionate about making a difference she now works as a transformational leadership coach and consultant in the private and third sectors. With a particular interest in helping women find their authentic leadership style, she is truly committed to supporting all her clients in reaching their full potential.
Siobhan has become fanatical about open water swimming, which she began during lockdown, and is the enthusiastic lead singer in a charity band!
Attending St Aloysius from 1986 – 1988, Siobhan has extremely fond memories of her time on the Hill!