Inspire – Behavioural Insights for Senior Leaders

Who is this programme for?

Senior leaders and business owners who are required to inspire and influence within their organisation


Why should you attend?
  • You are required to influence people across your organisation
  • You may have received feedback that your communications need to deliver more impact
  • You are ‘time-poor’ and have to manage competing priorities
  • You manage a diverse team of individuals who all need your attention
  • You are superb at managing operationally, now you need to lift your game to inspire those around you


You will leave this programme with a deeper understanding of:
  • Factors influencing everyone’s decision making
  • Managing your time and priorities
  • Influencing across your organisation
  • Communicating with impact
  • Promoting happiness and well-being
What is the format of the programme?
  • Expert inputs in behavioural economics and sciences, management and communication – evidence-based
  • Interactive exercises and facilitator led group discussion
  • Follow-up reading suggestions
  • Take away toolkits and frameworks for boosting effectiveness
  • Personal coaching session



Who is delivering the course?


Donal Cronin – Company Director
  • One of the most recognised communications and training experts in Ireland.
  • Has provided strategic communications consultancy and training to the country’s leading organisations including Irish Life, Bank of Ireland, EPA, SEAI and AIB.
  • Speechwriter to former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds, Donal has a reputation among senior leaders as the best person to help articulate strong, clear messages.
Amy Hume – LEAD Behavioural Economics Consultant
  • One of the lead designers and facilitators of a number of new training offers within the Carr Communications portfolio including Better: Effectiveness and Happiness in Work, Behavioural Economics for Policy, and also an array of programmes in the Financial Services arena.
  • Researches issues ranging from citizen engagement in environmental decision making, and the impact of framing different policy messages, to positively influencing employees to become more engaged in their organisation.

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