FOUNDER & Productivity Consultant, beproductive.ie
Moira is a Productivity Consultant with Transformation, HRD and Progamme Management experience gained during 30 years in the Pharmaceutical, IT, Regulatory and Financial Services sectors.
She co-founded beproductive.ie in 2016 to help organisations increase productivity and workplace wellness by helping individuals and organisations be productive.
Initially a research scientist with Glaxo Smith Kline UK/US, her laboratory robotics expertise led to a training role. Back in Ireland she established an IT training business in Athlone before taking up a HR, Training and Strategic Consultant role with Friends First Dublin.
Moira worked with Olas IT as HR / Training Manager. She worked as an associate with Hosca Consultants on training and change management assignments and with the Health Products Regulatory Authority during a 10 year transformation period. She currently runs beproductive.ie working on occasional projects with PwC and Olas IT. Moira writes for the Microsoft Ireland Business Blog, Thinkbusiness.ie and www.hrheadquarters.ie.
Moira's view of the Chamber
I first contacted the Chamber in May 2016 just as I was started my training consultancy beproductive.ie. My initial contact Rob Cullen encouraged me to try out the Business Owners Network which I found very valuable and subsequently joined in September 2016.
The network provided great support in the early stages of establishing the business and kick started a lot of ideas.
For me the Chamber offers a superb networking opportunity. I attend a range of different events that are attended by Business Owners and employees from SME’s and corporates. The opportunity to meet a range of business people from all sectors provides a valuable insight as we develop our Productivity offerings in this new space.
This year I have enjoyed the events hosted by Dublin Chamber member companies. Again this provides me with an invaluable insight into different company cultures and environments.
The Chamber team are all very helpful and encouraging; both in person and in promoting their members over social media.
Something you didn't know about Moira
Moira is researching a book she will be writing in 2020 to celebrate 50 Years of the GAA-GPA All-Stars.
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