The Rugby Business Network Ulster: High Performance Development
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 from 17:45 to 20:00 (AEDT)
Belfast, United Kingdom
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Titanic, Belfast is delighted to host the third Rugby Business Network Event in Belfast.
The Rugby Business Network is the world's largest business networking community where business people with a passion for rugby can help each other in business and in life both online and face to face at events all around the World.
The theme for the night is High Performance Development.
If you haven't attended a Rugby Business Network event in Ulster then here's what you can expect:
- 2 Hours of informal networking with Business People from across Ulster who share a passion for Rugby and are there to network and have some fun
- Three 15 minute sessions with 3 keynote speakers from the world of professional rugby and business
Our guest speakers include:
John Afoa, Ulster's World Cup-winning former All Blacks professional Rugby union player.
Allen Clarke, Head Coach, Ulster Rugby Academy
Simon McDowell, International Rugby Referee and Managing Director, Kilwaughter Chemical Co Ltd
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Currently a Senior Lecturer in Management Development, at the Ulster Business School, University of Ulster with over 20 years of experience in the areas of managing, developing and delivering training solutions and accredited programmes to both the Private, Third Sector and Public sectors locally, regionally and overseas.
Since joining the Ulster Business School Janette has been involved in the design and delivery of management and leadership accredited development programmes which include workshops, master classes, mentoring, action learning and coaching in a range of management areas including: leadership, strategy development, team-working, marketing and social media, entrepreneurship and life after elite sport.
Organiser of the Rugby Business Network in Ulster. Bringing together people who have a passion for business and rugby. Supported by the Ulster Business School, IRUPA and Ulster Rugby.