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Network Dublin – Thinking into Results: Mindset Strategies for Success in Challenging Times
28 October 2020, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
We are delighted to be joined by Anne Marie Graham who will give us mindset strategies that can be of benefit during these difficult times.
This event is free for all Network Ireland members, non members may join for a small fee. If you would like become a member you can sign up HERE
- What is Success: The 5% Strategy, 95% Mindset Theory and how to put it into action
- Analyse Your Paradigms: Assessing and Changing the mental programming that creates your behaviour, forms your habits and gives you your current results
- Goal setting and Achieving with a Success Mindset
About Anne Marie Graham:
Anne Marie successfully sold The Healthforce Group in 2015, following a bid between an Irish Provider and a U.S Provider, which led to the acquisition of her company by Healthcare Screening Ireland, where she now works on the Senior Management Team.
Anne Marie, who is also an experienced trainer, has worked with a number of Corporates across a wide variety of sectors, helping them to develop a Strategies that maximise the benefits and value of best practice for employee productivity and wellbeing. She has also worked as an Advisor in relation to Occupational Health Statutory Obligations for Corporate National and International clients including successful defence of medical legal cases for over 15 years.
An experienced speaker on radio, she has presented to a number of Businesses and Business Networks for many years. She has served as National Chairperson for the Irish Nurses & Midwifery Organisation Occupational Health Branch which saw her innovate in areas such as Lobbying, Policy Development and speaking to organisations on Best Practice. She has also served on a number of Boards as a Non-Executive Director bringing the value of her Business Experience to these organisations.
Trained in Nursing at Beaumont Hospital Dublin, Ireland’s Centre of Excellence for Neuroscience, she further achieved an honours Degree in Health Studies from London’s Royal College of Nursing, one of the UK’s leading Colleges in the field, as well as a Bsc (Hons) in Health Studies and a Masters in Occupational Health.