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[Podcast] Stepping Up - Careers advice for busy HR Managers

Posted in : HR Updates on 10 May 2019
Mairéad Regan
Clarendon Executive

The first series of the HR bite-size podcast is brought to you by Legal Island in association with Clarendon Executive.

Clarendon Executive works with companies across NI to help maximise their leadership capabilities across all aspects of the employment life cycle from executive search through to organisational and staff development, retention and eventual exit. Their expertise spans the private, public and third sectors. The firm focuses on identifying talent at Board, NED, C-suite and senior executive level across management disciplines and operational effectiveness leadership roles.

We welcome Hugh McPoland and Mairéad Regan, Associate Consultants at Clarendon Executive. Hugh McPoland previously Director of HR at BSO with a considerable track record in organisational change along with considerable knowledge and experience in assessing the leadership credentials of directors across the public sector.

Mairéad Regan also Associate Consultant at Clarendon Executive, supporting both post-hire Executive Development and Senior Executive performance and progression. Previously Group HR Director at UTV Media plc, Mairéad has more than 25 years experience in HR at a senior level.

In this first instalment Hugh and Mairéad discuss the steps that an HR professional can take when looking to step up in their career and make the move to from HR Manager to more senior HR post.

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This article is correct at 10/05/2019
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Mairéad Regan
Clarendon Executive

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