World-renowned speaker, author and entrepreneur joins the 2022 LEW Conference to talk about burnout and resilience
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Globally acclaimed thought leader, speaker, author and entrepreneur, Ronan Harrington joins the 2022 Leading Entrepreneurs of the World Conference to talk about how to go from burnout to resilience.
Ronan is a rare speaker that combines the vision and energy of the next generation with real leadership experience.
A visionary thinker on the future of society, Ronan supports organizations to move from burnout to resilience by sharing the hidden drivers of burnout as well as neuroscience based tools and cutting edge team practices to manage stress, overwhelm and drama.
Register to attend the 2022 LEW Conference to watch the live session of Ronan’s presentation and to connect with him live at the event:
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