Turlough O’Sullivan – Managing Director
Turlough served as Director General of IBEC from 2000-2009.
He was a member of the Executive Board of Business Europe, the Council of the International Organisation of Employers, a member of the National Implementation Body, the National Economic and Social Council and a board member of the Labour Relations Commission.
Turlough is a company director and chairman and provides consultancy services in business strategy and organisation. He is involved in high level mediation and dispute resolution in public and private sector organisations.
Turlough was educated at University College Dublin and The London School of Economics.
Miriam Maher – Director of Operations
Miriam has a particular interest in the resolution of workplace issues. She has a BA in Psychology from UCD and a MA in Counselling Psychology from UCC. She is an accredited practitioner with the Mediators Institute of Ireland and a member of the CIPD.
She managed a HR department for a multinational bank in the IFSC, building and developing their HR function for more than 11 years and has extensive knowledge and experience of employee issues.
Her work as an independent external HR practitioner includes Mediation, Investigations, Appeals hearings and a range of employee issues across a broad range of sectors and organisations.
Dr Paul Mooney
Paul has held a number of senior HR positions in G.E, Sterling Drug in Ireland and the Pacific Rim, with responsibility for all personnel activity across South East Asia.
He was President of the National College of Ireland between 2007 and 2010. In 2010 he set up Tandem Consulting, specialising in Organisation Development.
He is the author of 10 books on organisation performance and personal change.
Paul holds a Ph.D in Industrial Sociology (TCD), a Post-Graduate Diploma in Advanced Executive & Business Coaching (UCD), a National Diploma in Industrial Relations (NCI). He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and is widely recognised as an expert in organisation and individual change.