‘‘These seminars have helped me and many others in facing up to current business challenges, providing a source of hope and encouragement. I strongly recommend them.” (Seamus McKeague, Managing Director, Creagh Concrete Products Ltd)
Group Chief Compliance Officer with VimpelCom, the world’s 6th largest mobile network operator with over 60,000 employees and annual revenues of $23bn.
CEO, Advanced People Solutions Format Interactive lectures and workgroups, using a case study from Harvard Business School, entitled “A Letter from Prison”, concerning Stephen Richards, the former global head of sales at Computer Associates, Inc. who was sentenced to seven years in jail in 2006 for financial fraud. In the case, he responds to a number of questions about managerial responsibility and the manipulation of financial performance figures.
|24th LISMULLIN LEADERSHIP FORUM - Friday 6 June 2014|
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Venue: Lismullin Conference Centre. Directions.
Who should attend: CEOs and Senior Executives (of all business types and sizes)
"Ethics requires that you ask yourself: what kind of person do I want to see in the mirror in the morning?” (Peter F Drucker, Classic Drucker) It will provide you with insights that are relevant to how you lead your organisation and how you manage business relationships. You will benefit from the experience and insights of other participants and clarify for yourself what sets of values influence your decisions.
Fee: €195 / £170
Book on-line or phone: (01) 676 0731
T: (01) 676 0731
Enrique Aznar is Group Chief Compliance Officer with VimpelCom, the world’s 6th largest mobile network operator by subscribers (214 million) with over 60,000 employees and annual revenues of $23bn. It is listed as an ADS on the New York Stock Exchange. He is based in Moscow. Before joining VimpelCom, he was Chief Integrity Officer with Millicom International Cellular, a telecommunications group operating in Latin America and Africa. Earlier, he was Nokia Siemens Networks’ Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, based in Finland. From 2005 to 2009 he was Deputy General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer, Europe, Middle East and Africa for Tyco International. Earlier, he worked with Dell Inc, Freshfields, PwC and Arthur Andersen. A qualified lawyer in Spain, England, and Wales, he earned an MA in International & Comparative Business Law in London in 1993, and completed a Business Management Programme at IESE Business School in 2002.
Matt Kavanagh is CEO of Advanced People Solutions, a business and human resources consultancy. He has project managed substantial change management, governance, organisational development and management development projects with diverse organisations across many different sectors. He specialises in developing and delivering selection and assessment processes which have helped organisations make rigorous and robust selection decisions. Earlier, he spent 11 years in financial services — 4 years with Irish Nationwide Building Society, and 7 years with Bank of Ireland Life (including five years as Marketing Operations Manager). He completed an MBA in 1996 and an M Comm research degree in corporate governance in 2009 at UCD’s Smurfit Graduate Business School, where his research focussed on “The Recruitment and Selection of Non-Executive Directors in Irish Plcs: The views of senior directors; assessing the impact of regulation on embedded board selection practices.” He lectures part-time on director selection at UCD’s Centre for Corporate Governance and lectured on business ethics at UCD’s Quinn Business School in 2009 and 2010. He is a graduate of the Marketing Institute of Ireland and a former Council Member and former Deputy Chairman of the Institute, becoming a Fellow of the Institute in 2009. He has served as Chairman of Adjudicators for the All Ireland Marketing (AIM) Award since 2007. He is a member of the Advisory Board for Bridge 21 (a Trinity College Dublin and Suas Joint Venture), which was established to support an innovative 21st Century learning environment within schools, by developing a learning model for second level education that is team-based, technology mediated, project based and cross-curricular.
Members of the Institute of Bankers, the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants, and the Law Society, included their attendance at the seminars as part of their Continuing Professional Development. This might also be relevant for other professional bodies.