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Become a better leader

Would you like to better understand the qualities of a good leader so you can make a positive contribution?

LIFT Ireland’s goal is to bring together people in Ireland across all sectors, from business, education, sports, the voluntary sector and beyond, to help each one of us make better decisions, ask better questions and influence each other positively.

This is done through a simple, eight-week process of viral, peer-to-peer learning.

Small groups of people come together for 30-40 minute ‘Roundtable’, in person or virtually, to discuss areas of leadership.

During this process you are provided with a toolkit and the support of a LIFT mentor to guide you in discussing eight character attributes such as respect, empathy and accountability.

As the weeks progress, participants develop greater self-awareness of the meaning of leadership, how values can guide our decisions and an understanding of how to build stronger relationships.

You are invited to register for a LIFT Accredited Training Session on one of the dates below. Starting at 9.30am until 1.30pm, this half-day session will provide you with all the training you need to facilitate and benefit from your own eight-week Roundtable.  It’s a great way of building greater understanding of people, building a stronger team, meeting new people and of developing your own leadership skills to bring positive influence around you.

To register for a place, please send an email with the location you would like to attend, your name and contact information to

26th February: Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick
1st March: Pembroke Hotel, Kilkenny
4th March: Dublin Airport
19th March: Enterprise Ireland, Bishopstown, Cork

We’d like to thank the University of Limerick, Kilkenny Industrial Development Company, the DAA and Enterprise Ireland for their generosity in hosting these sessions and their contribution to building a better Ireland through leadership.

This is positive change, one step at a time, one human at a time.

We’ll have further sessions throughout the island of Ireland in 2019 – watch this space for information.

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