Last Wednesday, the participants of the Group 1 of The Keynes Centre Reading for Change Book Club had the final session of their reading programme. Over the last eight months, the group has been reading thought-provoking books and engaging in productive dialogues directed towards transforming how to think for Personal Professional Development. Congratulations to Iaian, Fergal, Paul, John, Mark, Mary, Elizabeth and Tom (Inset) for completing the 2015/2016 series! Best wishes and we look forward to seeing you all soon in other programmes. The next Book Club series begins in the Autumn 2016. Expressions of interest are now being taken. Email us at email@example.com to add your name to the Waiting List.
Missed Connell Fanning’s interview with Owen O’Shea for In Business on Radio Kerry last week? Listen below to know more about our fantastic Book Club which only has a few places left.
Put down that Maeve Binchy and say hello to Hannah Arendt. A UCC professor has launched a book club for business executives to expand their minds and improve the way they think. The demands of an increasingly complex world are over the heads of many leaders in Ireland, claims UCC professor Connell Fanning. As evidence he cites the very narrow thinking leading up to the bank bailout, which has been revealed almost daily at the Banking Inquiry… READ FULL ARTICLE HERE
The Keynes Centre is currently developing Ireland’s first book club aimed at Reading For Change to promote personal professional development. It is being planned to start in September 2015. We have prepared two quick surveys and your feedback will help us deliver an enjoyable and productive experience for those who will join The Keynes Centre Club. If you are/ have been a member of any book club, please click HERE to complete Survey 1. If you are not a member and/or are interested in personal professional development, please click HERE to complete Survey 2. Many thanks from the The Keynes Centre Team.
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