Posted on Wednesday 17 February 2016 by Ulster Business

Professor david taylor booked for mln conference

Professor David Taylor, author of the world’s fastest selling business book, is one of the speakers at the Management and Leadership Conference. The flagship event of the 2016 Management Month initiative, organised by the Management & Leadership Network (MLN), is set to make a return to Titanic Belfast on Friday 26th February from 8.15am to 1pm.

Professor Taylor will deliver a talk entitled “Unlocking the Talent that Already Exists Within Your Team”. He will be joined on stage by one of Ireland’s most successful entrepreneurs in the shape of Dr John Teeling. Best known for his achievements in the Whiskey industry, Teeling (who has a Doctorate from Harvard University), founded Cooley Distillery in 1986 and subsequently oversaw its sale to Jim Beam for $95 million in 2012.

Also speaking at the event will be Professor Eleanor McEvoy who is CEO of Budget Energy Ltd, which entered the Northern Ireland electricity market in June 2011 and now boasts a customer base of over 60,000. Prior to this, she successfully built and sold two companies; Pembroke Distributors Ltd and Phonecard Warehouse Ltd.

Delegates will also hear from Adventurer and & Pioneer of Spinal Injury Treatment, Mark Pollock, who will deliver an address entitled ‘Expecting Problems As We Explore Possibilities’.

Completing the line-up is the Market Commentator and Media Personality Justin Urquhart Stewart.  A regular on BBC1 Business Breakfast, Radio 5 Live and Wake Up To Money, he will Chair the event, draw out the nuggets and lessons from the other speakers and offer his own observations.

A limited number of tickets for the conference are still available. Further information and booking details can be found at www.mln.org.uk or by calling MLN on 028 9076 1030.

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