Updated: Apr 7
Meet Shannon Eastman:
#GrowthHacker, Management Consultant, Communications Expert and Human Behaviour specialist, from Canada but based in Ireland.
She owns and runs Teach a Brand to Fish; a growth consultancy for Small to Medium Biz
She co-hosts the Aquest Podcast with Daniel Lawlor, Ex-Regulator of the Central Bank of Ireland - a show for Irish Authorised financial services firms.
She mentors and advises startups in the Middle East with Now! Sprint,
and is the host of Work That Matters - conversations that take place at the intersection of personal and business growth.
You may connect with Shannon through the following sites:
Meet Daniel Lawlor:
As the former head of the Central Bank of Ireland’s Funds Policy Team and the Central Bank’s Project Lead on CP86, Daniel was involved in designing, drafting and implementing regulatory initiatives affecting the funds industry from 2010 to 2017. Investment Funds Lawyer for 9 years at William Fry, one of Ireland’s leading law firms.
Today, Daniel Lawlor is MD of Aquest; a boutique firm dedicated to improving your experience with the Financial Regulator.
You may connect with Daniel through the following sites:
Session 5 on Friday 6 Nov is dedicate to those in leadership positions and those who support them. It contains topics on the Organisational Effectiveness Role, Time Commitments for Directors and Cybersecurity for Directors. There is even a case study on wellbeing in the workplace. On this podcast, I'm joined by Shannon Eastman, Teach A Brand To Fish, to summarise what attendees can expect from the Leaders' Lounge session at CP86 MiniCon. But first, we chat about MiniCon itself, how it came about and what we hope attendees will take away from the event - and, of course, the by-now famous Digital Goodie Bag!
You can listen to the conversation on:
A transcript of the conversation is available for download:
Funds Ireland Mini Con (FIMC) is a collective space dedicated to transforming challenge into best practice, with and for, the Irish Authorised Funds Industry.